Welcome and thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the Brunswick County Association of REALTORS® family.
BCAR offers its Affiliate Members a broad range of networking opportunities in which to promote their company's brand and message to area real estate professionals. BCAR Affiliates have strong working relations with the real estate profession and contribute to increased mutual success for all members. The affiliates provide the agents with knowledge, expertise and the most current industry-related information. This integrated professional partnership develops long-term relationships, continuous learning and promotes a harmonious and profitable environment for all concerned.
This might be one of the most important benefits to our affiliate members and BCAR provides many opportunities to help you market yourself to BCAR members! Affiliate members are invited to attend all special REALTOR® functions, including: General Membership Meetings, Annual Installation & Awards Banquet, etc. Gain even more exposure by hosting an event and giving a presentation about your company to the attendees!
BCAR offers its affiliate members many places to build brand awareness among its members.
Look up a BCAR member or send a mailing! BCAR allows its affiliate members access to the online membership roster with current up to the minute data as well as the ability to access membership mailing labels at member pricing. ONLY BCAR members can purchase BCAR mailing lists.
BCAR Governmental Affairs department is looking out for the real estate community and its business future protects your future as well. You can rest with peace of mind in knowing that real estate interests are being protected from unnecessary regulation and burdensome taxation. Updates on the latest local, state and national issues affecting REALTORS® are given in the Government Affairs section of the BCAR newsletter.
Affiliates are given the same discount benefits that REALTOR members are given including at the REALTOR store or when renting a room at the Association