Reports to Public Policy Coordinating Committee
To monitor and recommend actions and strategies on legislative and regulatory matters affecting the development, sale, transfer and value of real estate, such as indoor air quality (e.g., asbestos, radon), hazardous substances, wetlands, and coastal development, lead-based paint, flood plain management, and the availability and protection of water supplies. To monitor federal, state and local legislation and regulation pertaining to land use and property rights; to recommend federal actions and strategies on legislative and regulatory matters pertaining to land use and property rights; and to recommend appropriate Association responses for assistance of state REALTOR® associations and local boards in influencing such governmental actions.
77 members as follows: Chair and Vice Chair, the Immediate Past Chair, two affiliate representatives from CRE, CCIM, IREM, RLI, and SIOR; two representatives from each region, and 38 at-large members (two of which must be local board or state association executives).
Terms of service
Qualification(s) for consideration
• At least two years experience on a Land Use, Property Rights and Environment Committee at the local or state level.
• At least two years experience on a legislative committee at the local or state level.
• Has held a leadership position on the Land Use, Property Rights and Environment Committee or any of its predecessor committees.
• Four years experience on an NAR committee.
• Three years experience working with environmental issues (lead, radon, wetlands, endangered species, etc.).
• Two years experience on a local zoning or planning board.
• One year experience on a political campaign.
• Knowledge of federal government legislative regulatory functions and roles.