We are the REALTOR® Party.
It is critical for REALTORS® to speak with one voice about the stability that the real estate market brings to our communities. From city hall to the state house to the U.S. Capitol, elected officials make decisions that have an impact on the bottom line of REALTORS® and their customers. The REALTOR® Action Center is where you learn how Voting, Acting and Investing in RPAC builds our political strength at every level of government.
The San Benito County Association of REALTORS® advocates for the interests of its members and their clients. SBCAOR encourages its members to become knowledgeable about issues impacting their businesses and the real estate market, and to support initiatives that promote and ensure a healthy and sustainable real estate market.
It is the objective of the San Benito County Association of Realtors® to:
- Keep SBCAOR members informed about pending real estate-related legislation and regulatory changes that impact their business.
- Educate SBCAOR members about how to become involved in the political process when it comes to critical legislative initiatives that affect SBCAOR members and their clients.
- Support the California Association of Realtors® and the National Association of REALTORS® in their efforts to pass legislation that is: REALTOR®-friendly, protects private property rights, supports homeownership, and promotes an economic environment in which businesses and the real estate industry can thrive (and to oppose legislation that does not accomplish these aims).
Visit the REALTOR® Action Center
There are several ways to become an educated and involved REALTOR®. Use the REALTOR® Action Center as a gateway to opportunities to work with elected officials who are making decisions that have a huge impact on the bottom line of REALTORS® and their customers.
You can sign up for the REALTOR® Party, which organizes REALTORS® under one common voice. REALTORS® can also invest in the REALTOR® Political Action Committee (Realtor PAC or RPAC), which builds bipartisan relationships necessary at all levels of government to ensure a sound and dynamic real estate market.