ROCKINGHAM — Jamie Moss-Godfrey has been appointed to a second term with the North Carolina Association of Realtors’ Contract and Forms Committee.
Moss-Godfrey will serve on a panel with other Realtor members, state legal counsel and N.C. Real Estate Commission members.
“I am very excited to be appointed to the Contract and Forms Committee by the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Association of Realtors,” Moss-Godfrey said in a written statement. “This longstanding committee, along with the North Carolina Bar Association, is responsible for creating and implementing the use of the contracts and forms for real estate transactions in the state of North Carolina.
“I feel my 29 years selling real estate will allow me to offer valuable insight in developing these contracts and forms. We have seen a number of changes over the years in how real estate is bought and sold, and this only adds to the importance of having the right contracts and forms in place.
“I am honored to serve my Realtor association and the work we as Realtors do to promote homeownership and protect property rights across North Carolina.”
Moss-Godfrey is the broker/owner of Re/Max Southern Realty in Rockingham. She is a graduate of the N.C. Association of Realtors’ Leadership Academy and has been active and served on many state and national-level committees.
Moss-Godfrey is also a newly elected 2016 director to serve a three year term with the recently merged Moore and Richmond County Board of Realtors Association, Mid-Carolina Regional Association of Realtors.
She is a native of Richmond County and has served as a full-time Realtor for the last 29 years.