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Take you Business and Marketing to the next level.  Come find out how at our March Lunch and Learn with cutting edge Technology and state of the art Photos, videos, and much more.  Sign up today! This is a FREE MEMBERSHIP Benefit you do not want to miss out on.  

To register go to Event Calendar at, email or call 803-329-2030.

Bylaws Change and voted on at the meeting:

1. Changing Code of Ethics to a 3 year Requirement to match the NAR requirement.

2. Removing all MLS verbiage from the Bylaws

3. Late fee will be a flat $50 instead of 10% and charged on the 5th of the month past the due date.

March 26th: 9AM - 5PM
Investing in Commercial Properties Seminar

Please joins us and spread the word to anyone who might be interested.  

Space is limited. 

Cost for class is $100.

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Democratic Presidential Primaries - February 29th

Have your voice heard. Vote for your REALTOR Champion on Saturday February 29th. If you need to find your polling location, update your voter registration, or Register to vote, click the button below.
What you need to Know
Do You Need to Renew your License June 2020?

All REALTORS must take the class 3 Ps of Professionalism. This is the Core Class for the June 2020 renewal with 4 hours of CE.  

Salesperson Licensees must obtain 6 more hours of elective CE credits. 

Broker Licensees must take the BIC Duties and Responsibilities Core Class worth 4 hours of CE credit.  They must then obtain 2 additional hours of elective CE credit. 

In total all REALTORS must have 10 hours of CE credit. 

You can track your CE credits through 'CE Broker' which is where you will renew your License for SC LLR.  

Check out PRAR website under Class Calendar for the list of CE Classes we are offering to help you obtain your CE Credit.  Classes are starting March 31st.  You may also email or call us at 803-329-2030 for more assistance. 

NOTE: Ethics is not required for your SC LLR License renewal.  This is a NAR Requirement not due until December of 2021.
Homeownership: The American Dream

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Racial Disparities Persist on Path to Homeownership

While the overall U.S. homeownership rate has been rising, it's not equal among all races.

The National Association of REALTORS® released a report Tuesday, “Snapshot of Race & Home Buying in America,” that breaks down ownership rates by race across the country. For non-Hispanic white Americans, the homeownership rate consistently stayed above 71% from 2016 to 2019, while for black Americans in that same period, it was a full 30 percentage points lower at 41%. Hispanic Americans held at about 45% during that three-year period, and the ownership rate among Asian Americans was more than 53%.

The report also offers a look at each race’s motivation to purchase, types of homes purchased, and other statistics that relate to race in the homebuying process. The finding show many differences and some hurdles to homeownership. For example, 62% of African Americans were rejected for a mortgage because of their debt-to-income ratio, and 50% of Hispanic Americans were rejected due to a low credit score.

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