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R-BAR Committees

Volunteering on a committee allows you the opportunity to become an influential leader for your community and profession.  You will be able to build relationships with fellow REALTORS® and Affiliate members by serving as a conduit and providing input on what REALTORS® need, how you can help your community, and stay up to date on government issues that affect the real estate industry.  There are multiple opportunities for you to step into here at R-BAR and we welcome you to visit any committee you may be interested in before committing to where you will be best suited to participate.  Take the lead today and make a difference! 

The following Committees are open to anyone.


Create & carry out plans for educational seminars, designation classes, & new member orientation.



Executes plans for social events and membership meetings, promoting a positive REALTOR image.



Works with local, state & federal officials to ensure the REALTORS, Homeowners, & private property owners rights are all upheld & protected.  Fundraise & promote awareness of the REALTORS Political Action Committee. 



To secure member benefits through local & national companies to increase efficiencies in member’s individual real estate practice.



Recently absorbed into the education committee, members are invited to develop content ideas to be included in R-BAR's Property Lines Publication providing currents news and updates for our members.



To plan & implement public service projects & functions.  Enhance the positive perception & public awareness of REALTORS and the value of their services.  To provide support to relevant charities & community programs.



The following Committees require participants to be members of R-BAR for at least three years as well as annual training.

The following Committees require participants to be directly appointed by R-BAR President or Treasurer.

 Both Committees include appointed Members on the PAR statewide Cooperative Panelist Pools.


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.


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.


For additional information or to sign up for a committee please email Mayleene DeFreece at