Dianne Bunnell Of ERA Wilder Realty, Inc. Elected As Treasurer For The CCRA
By: ERA Wilder Realty, Inc.
The CCRA is governed by a 16-member Board of Directors including an Executive Committee of 4: President, President Elect, Treasurer and Secretary. All directors must apply and be interviewed by the Nominating Committee who then present their recommendations to the general membership for approval. The Treasurer works closely with the Executive Staff to monitor the financial health of the organization and make recommendations to the Board regarding the budget and management of funds. The Treasurer reports to the Board monthly where recommendations are considered.
"I have been an "at large" director for the past three years and have enjoyed serving this exceptional organization. To be asked to continue as a member of the Board and to serve as Treasurer is an honor. The CCRA is an impressive professional organization. What we offer our members, our dedication to preserving property rights and our promotion of professionalism and integrity have a significant positive impact on the industry. I am proud to be a part of it," commented Bunnell.
Chartered on July 28, 1913, the CCRA has provided the Midlands with professional real estate service for 100 years. Their mission is to be the organization in the Midlands that represents the standard for the real estate sales professional through the organization's Code of Ethics, educational offerings, information systems and involvement in local government issues.
About ERA Wilder Realty
Founded in 1995, ERA Wilder Realty is one of the largest real estate companies serving the state of South Carolina. ERA is known for its innovative momentum and providing their agents with tech-savvy tools and the most up-to- date knowledge of today's real estate market, allowing them to serve their clients in the best possible way. Visit www.erawilderrealty.com to get in touch with an agent that will make your buying or selling experience a smooth and enjoyable process.
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