Monthly Archives: July 2012

Carolina’s RLI Chapter Merger

The North Carolina Chapter of the REALTORS® Land Institute (NCRLI) is pleased to announce that we have successfully voted to merge with the South Carolina RLI (SCRLI) Chapter to form the Carolina’s Chapter of RLI as of May 24th, 2012. Christina Asbury ALC, President of NCRLI, worked together with Rod Rogers ALC, President of SCRLI, and their respective Boards of Directors this year to bring the Carolinas back together once again.

The Carolinas RLI Chapter now offers 48 Accredited Land Consultants (ALCs) within NC and SC to assist clients and customers with farms, ranches, recreational properties, undeveloped tracts of land, transitional and development land, subdivision and lot wholesaling, site selection, & assemblage of land parcels.

The REALTORS® Land Institute (RLI) is where land professionals build knowledge, build relationships, and build business. RLI is a membership organization created for and by land sales experts. The organization offers programs and services designed to:

· provide superior land education and professional development programs

· encourage open knowledge sharing and interaction among members

· develop networking and referral opportunities

· serve as a voice in Washington on land-related issues through its affiliation with the National of Association of REALTORS®

Members of the REALTORS® Land Institute may earn the prestigious Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) Designation, which is conferred to only those land specialists who complete a rigorous education program and who achieve a volume of successful land transactions.

The REALTORS® Land Institute is dedicated to building knowledge, building relationships, and building business for its members- the extraordinary real estate professionals – who broker, lease, sell, develop, and manage our most precious resource: the land.

Originally named the Farm & Land Institute, the organization was founded in 1944 and is an affiliate organization of the National Association of REALTORS®.

For more information about REALTORS® Land Institute please visit

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The Client I Don’t Want

I am not going to work with every person that calls or emails me about buying land. Because time is our most precious and limited resource, land agents have to be selective about who we put in the truck and go look at properties with. A phone conversation with a new agent and an email… Continue Reading

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