Committees advance the association's strategic plan and play an integral role in advancing the work of the association. Participation on a committee is an opportunity to make new contacts, enhance your professional abilities and make a difference from behind the scenes. Committee Involvement is often the catalyst for other leadership roles.
Our Committees meet every 1st Thursday of the month.
Complete the application to join one of the committees listed below.
For 2023, the Advocacy and TREPAC Committees have been combined.
Advocacy Purpose Statement - The purpose is to advance the associations strategic plan in the areas of advocacy. Monitor local legislation and recommends positions, in concert with Texas REALTORS & NAR “Calls to Action”; responsible for interviewing, recommending, and promoting candidates, with emphasis on the local level. During legislative years, the committee organizes, promotes, and participates in the REALTOR Day at the capital.
TREPAC Purpose Statement -The Texas REALTORS® Political Action Committee (TREPAC) includes all real estate professionals who contribute to the state PAC. The committee raises funds to support the election of candidates at the local, state, and national levels, as well as organizes special events to ensure member investments are sufficient to reach TBBOR's TREPAC quota.
2023 Charges – Tasks – Metrics – An association must support the REALTOR Party’s “Vote-Act-Invest” goals and must conduct at least two initiatives or activities furthering or supporting each of those three goals, respectively
*Open to REALTOR & Affiliate Members
The purpose is to advance the associations strategic plan in the areas of Consumer Outreach, Member Services, and Diversity/Equity/Inclusion. Based on the current NAR Core Standards the committee will be tasked with completing activities that meet the requirements established each year.
2023 Charges – Tasks – Metrics
Consumer Outreach – An association must demonstrate engagement in at least four meaningful consumer engagement activities, including at least two activities demonstrating how the association is the “Voice for Real Estate” in its market, and at least two “Community involvement and investment” activities.
Diversity/Equity/Inclusion – An association must conduct or promote a diversity, equity and inclusion activity and a fair housing activity.
*Exclusively for REALTOR Members
The purpose is to create mutually beneficial interactions and engagements with REALTOR members to better promote the services of the affiliate. The committee will be tasked with conducting networking opportunities and business development information/training.
*Exclusively for Affiliate Members