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Enrollment in NAR’s Broker Involvement Program: Why it Matters

The Broker Involvement Program provides broker-owners with a quick and effective tool to rally their agents on critical legislative issues affecting the real estate industry.

Lawmakers may be considering new laws that could impact your business. Being a REALTOR® makes you a very powerful voice. You know the community, the neighborhoods, other business owners, and REALTORS® and are a trusted resource for property owners.

Our REALTOR® legislative and regulatory agenda is focused on efforts to stimulate, stabilize, and strengthen real estate markets across the nation while protecting the business interest of members.

What Does the Broker Involvement Program Offer?

Voice on Capitol Hill

The program is an opportunity to bring a strong and united REALTOR® voice to members of Congress. With over 16,000 broker owners and 450,000 agents in the program, the REALTOR® voice will be heard loud and clear.

Easy-to-Manage Solution

Nothing needs to be downloaded and there is no cost to the broker. NAR gives the broker-owner or managing broker access to the Broker Portal.

Proven Results

Calls for Action response rates are significantly higher when agents receive their message from their broker. Nearly 40% of all responses on Calls for Action were from agents in the Broker Involvement Program.

Broker Owners/Managers With More Than 100 Agents

For Brokers with 100 or more agents, you may choose to review and approve the CFA messages before they are sent.

The HAR Governmental Affairs staff and TAR’s Political Involvement Council volunteers, Mike Mengden and Shannon Register, are working hard to have our members voices heard and will be reaching out to brokers in the coming months to discuss enrollment as well as offering some fun incentives/VIP experiences to our participants.

Sign up your company online at:
https://realtorparty.realtor/member-consumer/brokers/enrollment-form.html


May 5th Election Results

Houston City Council District K
Martha Castex-Tatum

Conroe City Council
Duke Coon, Place 3
Raymond McDonald, Place 4 Runoff with Annie Jefferson Burnett
Jody Czajkoski, Place 5

Pearland City Council
Derrick Reed, Position 2
Adrian Hernandez, Position 4 Runoff with Dalia Kasseb

Sugar Land Mayor and City Council
Joe Zimmerman, Mayor
Himesh Gandhi, At Large 1
Jennifer Lane, At Large 2

Bold indicates HAR recommended candidate


Runoff Elections

Pearland Council Position 4: Adrian Hernandez
Early Voting: Monday, June 4 – Tuesday, June 12
Election Day: Saturday, June 16

Conroe Council Place 4: Raymond McDonald
Early Voting: Monday, June 18 – Wednesday, June 27
Election Day: Saturday, June 30

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