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Arizona REALTORS® Reach More Members through Broker Involvement Program

Half of Arizona REALTORS® receive calls for action via company-branded messages directly from their brokerages, a channel that has been shown to increase response rates.  Thanks to a Broker Involvement Grant, Arizona REALTORS® is reaching more members than ever, by engaging their brokers in grassroots advocacy.

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And the President's Cup Winners Are...

Congratulations to the 16 state REALTOR® Associations who met four advocacy and four RPAC goals to win the 2016 President's Cup. The President's Cup recognizes the hard work of state REALTOR® leaders and association staff who advance the REALTOR® Party. The President's Cup will be presented in May at the 2017 REALTORS® Legislative Meeting & Trade Expo. Also, check out the new 2017 President's Cup advocacy and RPAC goals.

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Medina County Ohio REALTORS® Improve, Invest in Community with REALTOR® Party Grants

The engaged members of the Medina County Board of REALTORS® help the 800-member association stay abreast of the needs of the community. With the help of the REALTOR® Party’s Housing Opportunity and Placemaking Grants, the organization has demonstrated its investment in the community by building gardens for low-income citizens, providing housing for disabled veterans and improving bike paths.

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Oklahoma City REALTORS® Improve Public Schools & Prevent Urban Flight

Public schools in Oklahoma were struggling, and the resulting urban flight was already having a detrimental impact on local communities. Using an Issues Mobilization Grant, the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Association of REALTORS® led a coalition that supported the passage of a $180 million bond measure to get the region’s schools back on their feet.MORE>

FPCs Represent REALTOR® Interests at Local, State and National Level

South Dakota REALTOR® Tom Murphy is one of 535 Federal Political Coordinators (FPCs) assigned to educate a member of Congress on important issues facing the real estate industry. When his childhood friend, Senator Mike Rounds (SD) asked for help "cleaning up" a long list of legislative regulations that may be addressed by the new Congress, Murphy, with the assistance of NAR staff, answered the call.MORE>