Members must meet annual education requirement to s erve on this committee. Required training date to be determined. Committee members must have knowledge of the Code of Ethics and remain impartial in proceedings. Members will be called on to review forms used at local level for complaints and/or disputes will review any complaint lodged against a REALTOR® or a dispute over a commission. May be called upon to sit on a hearing panel
REALTOR® Party (RPAC)
Committee members must have an understanding and appreciation of RPAC. Committee members must be ab ; le to separate personal political views from task needed on RPAC which is limited to issues/candidates with a real property focus. Responsible for promoting RPAC, informing and involving members of legislation affecting the real estate business, fundraisi ng, expected to attend REALTOR® Day at state capitol in Jackson, MS February 1st & 2nd, 2023, be aware of any local issues/policy that would hurt property rights, work w/ association office to host potential candidates prior to elections to advocate home o wnership and property rights. Chairperson will be responsible for giving RPAC update at all quarterly meetings.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH (CHARITIES)
Committee members must have a passion for giving back to the community. Responsible for supporting and promoting annual community projects. Responsible for seeking out needs in our communities and proposing fund raising projects to supply funds/materials f or special needs; generally promoting goodwill between Realtors and communities. Plan to attend meetings as scheduled, monthly or quarterly, on the first Wednesday of the month. Projects: Toys for Tots, MidSouth Food Bank, Tunica Humane Society, Project Package for the Troops etc.
AFFILIATE (All Affiliates are automatically put on committee and encouraged to participate)
Responsible for encouraging other Affiliate members to participate in NWMR events. Committee advises NWMR Board of Directors on ways to encourage and benefit Affiliate members. Encouraged to attend quarterly meetings.
Committee members must have a positive, strong social and in offices and on social media to increase participation among person network. Promote NWMR events in peers. Grassroots efforts to get other members involved in events, education, benefits and programs offered through NWMR. Assist in creating campaigns of involvement and other tasks as needed. Encouraged to attend quarterly meetings.
Committee members must be willing to work together to identify the best candidates for the scholarships based on the information and outline provided. Implementing NWMR High School Scholarship program and reviewing applicants for future scholarships.
OTHER TASK FORCE AS NEEDED
Limited time frame projects as determined by the NWMR Board of Directors.
*All committees require active participation and attendance.