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As a member of the Association, you have the opportunity to build relationships with fellow Realtors® and Affiliate members by volunteering to serve your Association. There are a variety of committees and we are always looking for new members to get involved. Below are brief descriptions of the Association committees.
The following Committees are open to anyone.
Homeownership Fair Committee
Mission: To make and execute plans for the Association's annual Homeownership Fair.
Mission: To create and carry out plans for educational seminars, designation classes and new member orientation for the Association membership.
Government Affairs Committee
Mission: To work with elected local, state, and federal officials to ensure that REALTORS®, homeowners, and private property owner’s rights are all upheld and protected and to raise funds for, and awareness of, the REALTORS® Political Action Committee. Educate members and monitor local, state and national issues that affect the real estate industry.
Mission: To make and execute plans for the Association’s social events and membership meetings. An emphasis will be placed on events that will promote and enhance the awareness of a positive image of REALTORS® and Affiliate Members.
Mission: To plan, implement and participate in public service projects and functions. To enhance the positive perception and public awareness of REALTORS® and the value and benefit of their services. To provide support to relevant charities and community programs.
Member Benefit Committee
Mission: To evaluate and secure member benefits among local and national companies, including, but not limited to, technology and tools to enhance professionalism and increase efficiencies in Members' respective real estate practice.
Mission: To develop articles and editorials for the “Property Lines” publication .
Mission: To provide education, exchange of information, mutual cooperation and fellowship of these REALTORS engaged in buying, selling, exchanging, managing and appraising land and building to general industry, business and commerce.
Steve Haver - Vice Chair
Jim Adams - Secretary
The following Committees require participants to be member of R-BAR for at least three years as well as attendance of annual training.
Both Committees includes appointed Members on the PAR statewide Cooperative Panelist Pools
Professional Standards Committee
Mission: To review complaints from the membership and public, take action in accordance with NAR Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual and hold hearings and arbitrate disputes when needed through the PAR Professional Standard Cooperative.
The following Committees require participants to be directly appointed by R-BAR President or Treasurer.
Mission: To review and monitor spending policy and budget and provide financial advice and recommendations to the Board of Directors concerning current and future Board operations and planning.
BREW Ops Committee
Mission: To provide advice and recommendations to the Board of Directors concerning current and future operations and planning of the Buyer Real Estate Weekly.
You can fill out and return this Committee Sign Up Form to the Association Office by e-mail or fax to get involved!
Contact Leslie Flocco at Leslief(@)realestateinberks.com for more information.