V These resources may meet the Core Standards' Vote requirement. A These resources may meet the Core Standards' Act requirement. I These resources may meet the Core Standards' Invest requirement.
* These RPAC programs are subject to state election laws.
A print version of the Advocacy Resource Vote, Act and Invest, REALTOR® Party includes resource options that can help associations reach your advocacy goals and meet Core Standards requirements. Download the Advocacy Resource Guide Association staff may request copies for events and conferences by contacting Kathleen LaMarre, Executive Assistant, Advocacy, firstname.lastname@example.org. Important: Requests for printed guides need to be submitted two weeks prior to the event.
The Commercial Issues & Actions provides a snapshot of federal issues impacting commercial real estate and NAR’s advocacy on them. It comes in a long-form as well as a one-pager of top priority issues.
The GADFly is a monthly email newsletter that provides Government Affairs Directors (GADs) and select Association Executive at state and local REALTOR® Associations with tools, news, and information to help them serve their members.
Use the Growth Management Fact Book to obtain with factual information and analyses concerning modern growth management techniques and land use related controls. This publication reflects NAR’s belief that REALTORS® must be able to engage with citizens, legislators and government officials effectively on regulatory issues of importance to the real estate industry.
Mini white papers covering important trending real estate issues at the state and local level containing historical context, summary of current research, legal summaries of court cases impacting the policy and recent advocacy efforts of state and local associations.
Learn More: Text HOT TOPIC to 30644 to receive a link directly to your mobile device through REALTOR® Party Mobile Alerts
Use the Land Use Initiative Memo Database to research various land use related proposals and impact on the real estate industry. This information can help craft your association’s response to proposed local ordinances in a way that best supports your members.
Published twice a year, On Common Ground contains articles on cutting-edge land planning and development techniques. Order bulk copies of this magazine to use as a leave-behind when visiting local officials or provide NAR with a mailing list and leave the delivery to us.
Emailed monthly, the REALTOR® Party News newsletter is sent to all NAR members and provides regular updates on REALTOR® Party activities and resources as well as success stories from state and local REALTOR® Associations.
Looking for new ways to vote, act, and invest in the REALTOR® Party? Want to see how other associations are successfully using REALTOR® Party programs, grants and tools? Whether you want to apply for grants, learn more about RPAC, or participate in a national call for action, the REALTOR® Party website is a one-stop shop for your advocacy needs. The website offers members and associations valuable resources and tools to strengthen their advocacy programs and build political clout at every level of government and strong communities nationwide.
Since 2020, NAR has compiled resources surrounding real estate issues impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources track a variety of policy issues that began to arise as state and local governments issued Shelter in Place and Emergency Declarations including pandemic unemployment assistance, remote online notarization, state government budget overviews, tax deadline changes, legislative session changes and protocols, rent and mortgage relief programs, and eviction moratorium tracking.
In addition to providing a landing page on current state and local orders related to the coronavirus pandemic, NAR produces a bimonthly report entitled the Real Estate Industry Impact Watch Report which is released every other Thursday that provides legislative tracking on eviction moratoriums, fair housing, foreclosure, landlord and tenant (including short-term rentals), licensure (including changes to pre-licensing, post-licensing and continuing education and examination procedures and requirements) and notarization.
Learn More: Text SL POLICY to 30644 to receive a link directly to your mobile device through REALTOR® Party Mobile Alerts
The State Legislative Monitor helps association staff identify and monitor state legislation. This database monitors legislation by searching state government websites for real estate related policies. A weekly report on trending State legislation is published every Thursday on the REALTOR® Party website. State and Local GADs may also request access to the State Legislative Monitor database to run custom reports and receive weekly reports via email
Learn More: Text MONITOR to 30644 to receive a link directly to your mobile device through REALTOR® Party Mobile Alerts
Covering legislative and regulatory policy activities, the Washington Report is compiled by NAR’s Advocacy Group policy staff. To receive this content via email, subscribe to NAR’s Weekly Report newsletter and check the “legislative & regulatory issues” box.