Every year, hundreds of volunteer leaders comprised of Raleigh Regional Association of REALTORS® Members and Affiliate Members make a difference by donating their time to our Association Councils & Committees. Navigate this directory to find the group best suited for your talent and skills!
The Bylaws Committee reviews all Bylaws & Policies for the Raleigh Regional Association of REALTORS® and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors based on their findings.
Identifies and implements internal and external communications to help further the brand awareness and image of the Association. The C-PR Committee also helps review major projects such as social media initiatives, website redevelopment, and public relations. C-PR meets bi-monthly and also recruits speakers for its Annual Communications Forum.
Promotes equal opportunity in housing and diversity within the real estate industry. Identifies the concerns and needs of minority members and assists in the development of actions to address those needs and concerns. Serves as ambassadors to minority real estate organizations.
Acts as a reviewing body for complaints turned into the Association to determine whether to dismiss or send forward to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing. Members are required to be a REALTOR® member for two consecutive years to be eligible, and all members of the Grievance and Professional Standards Committee must attend an approved training session as soon as possible after committee appointment and at least every two years after.
GAC invites guest speakers to educate members on issues pertinent to the industry, responds to and promotes NC REALTORS® and National Association of Realtors® “Calls to Action”. The committee may discuss and propose policy recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval. The committee shall discuss and initiate grant applications pertaining to the Association's Policy Positions document. The committee is responsible for conducting and attending annual interviews of candidates running for office within the Association's jurisdiction, which includes drafting online and in-person questions for candidates to answer. Following interviews, the committee shall recommend a candidate report to the Board of Directors for approval, and designate "REALTOR® Champions" for the RPAC Committee to determine funding levels. The Chair and Vice-Chair for the Government Affairs Committee are expected to attend the NAR REALTORS® Legislative Meetings and Expo; travel shall be reimbursed based on the approved budget. GAC meets monthly, or as needed.
The HAC is the voice for Real Estate in Harnett County, now proudly part of RRAR - Follow this link to join the Harnett Area Council's Exclusive Facebook Group!
Professional Development Committee
The Professional Development Committee works directly with Association Staff to recommend and review course offerings and/or suggested matter for professional development and seminars.
Represents property managers that have heightened expertise and industry knowledge to assist them in doing the best possible job. For real estate professionals who know first-hand the unique challenges of managing rental property in today's constantly changing economic and legislative environment. Members are accepted from any NC Realtor® Board.
RFSC is dedicated to making a significant and positive contribution to the community through their service. Together, volunteers work hard to continuously improve our neighborhoods through multiple hands-on projects throughout the year. Come work with us!
Our committee actively supports REALTORS® PAC in compliance with North Carolina political fundraising guidelines. The committee's focus is on fundraising dollars and educating members about RPAC. Members participate in candidate interviews and evaluate the Government Affairs Committee's "REALTOR® Champion" recommendation along with candidate score cards to determine funding levels with RPAC dollars. REALTOR® Champions and their corresponding RPAC funding are then sent to the Board of Directors for review, revision, and approval. The committee is also responsible for event planning, increasing member participation through outreach and major investor recruitment. This committee meets monthly, or as directed by the Chair.
SBC is here to provide support, education, and networking opportunities for the smaller firms while also providing a voice for the needs and interests of these independent Real Estate firms in our region. To qualify, individuals must be part of a non-franchise brokerage of 20 agents or fewer.
No later than March 31st of each year, the Strategic Planning Committee will meet to create a strategic plan or suggest revisions to the current plan. The plan is then presented to the Board of Directors no later than the April Board of Directors meeting. At the discretion of the Executive Committee, one or more facilitators may be employed to assist with the committee.
Top Producers Council is an organization that encourages successful REALTORS® to share knowledge and expertise through group discussions, to learn through informational speakers and experts, to provide annual educational events for all of RRAR, and to support our community through our efforts of giving and serving.
TIC is an award-winning, nationally recognized international council with a mission is to provide programs and networking opportunities that will enhance its members ability to successfully compete in our growing global marketplace.
WCR is a network of successful REALTORS® empowering women to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders through education, networking, social events and more!
Serves as the voice of young professionals who are focused on personal growth, networking, and association involvement! Whether you are young, or young at heart, this is a great committee to become part of to bring your career to the next level.