Made up of non-REALTOR members who work in related fields (i.e. attorneys, appraisers, loan officers, title insurance companies, etc.); this Committee helps plan outings and are strong supporters of the Association's activities.
Develops programs to meet the needs of our commercial members. A minimum of three-years Commercial experience required.
Golf Outing Committee:
Organizes and runs the yearly Golf Outing. The outing provides opportunities for REALTORS and Affiliates to network.
Develops programs and services to meet the international global needs of our REALTOR members. Must have completed the initial CIPS class, International Real Estate for Local Markets. Email Donna Wilson for more information.
Legislative/Governmental Affairs Committee:
This committee watches legislation effecting real estate and REALTORS interests and shall as needed bring such matters to the attention of the Association with suggested action to be taken. It watches and protects the interests of REALTORS and property owners in the matter of real estate and its use and taxation. In addition, the Committee works to develop and maintain lines of communication with government officials and community organizations. This committee meets monthly.
- Visit the Government Section of our site to find the Government Affairs Director for your area (Directors and contact information are listed in the green column on the right side of the page)
Signature Series Committee:
This committee keeps their fingertips on the pulse of the industry to respond to Mainstreet members' education needs. Activities include planning and implementing technology topics and tools, competitive edge seminars and selecting national/local speakers for events. Meet in person monthly plus conference calls when needed.
RPAC Fundraising Committee:
The RPAC Fundraising committee is dedicated to developing and carrying out fundraising activities for RPAC (REALTORS® Political Action Committee) and educate members regarding the purpose of RPAC.
Senior Services Task Force:
The mission of the Senior Service Network is service over self. The task force contains like-minded individuals who want to help seniors and their families' transition to a new lifestyle.
Young Profession Network (YPN) Advisory Committee:
The purpose of the group is to identify and create connections with future leaders, "redefine" real estate, and provide agents, no matter what age or phase of their career, with a place to learn the newest trends in real estate while focusing on providing new outlets for networking and ways to give back to their communities through volunteering. YPN looks to create an avenue for future leaders of Mainstreet to become involved at any stage of their career.