This Committee establishes an operating budget for the Association in conjunction with the Chief Executive Officer, based on revenue forecasts, corresponding expenses, and the Strategic Plan. The preliminary budget is drafted by the Committee and approved by the Board of Directors.
To communicate, educate, inform, and support the members of EAR by providing an opportunity to participate in social, cultural or community experiences. This committee provides opportunities for members to network.
Member Networking Events
Membership Meeting (Twice annually)
Schedules and coordinates an annual calendar of educational classes. The goal is to provide a wide variety of continuing education opportunities for EAR members to select from. The committee is responsible for contacting speakers, obtaining presenter certifications and creating a class agenda. Staff will conduct publicity, registration at the door, and distribution of participation certificates.
The charge of the Political Advocacy Committee is to protect the interests of the membership and the real estate industry with relation to any proposed local government policies. The committee determines if such policies are of benefit or detriment to the ability of EAR members to conduct their business successfully and ethically, and to promote the preservation of the right to own, use, and transfer real property. The committee will research, draft and recommend positions and appropriate responses to the Board of Directors.
The function of this committee is to provide initial consideration to allegations of unethical conduct or arbitration requests, and determine whether a complaint should be the subject for a hearing in its claim and presentation.
Maintain leadership that is strong and effective. To accomplish this goal, a pipeline of future potential leaders is identified, recruited, and exposed to the Association structure. The Committee is chaired by the EAR President Elect.
This Committee conducts arbitration and ethics hearings as needed, following procedures outlined in the Professional Standards Manual of NAR. The Committee also works to educate EAR members about the Code of Ethics and its applications.
The objective is to select an EAR member whose personal and professional accomplishments are worthy of formal recognition by the Association and local community. The committee is chaired by the current ROTY.
YPN helps young real estate professionals excel in their careers by giving them the tools and encouragement to become involved in four core areas:
- REALTOR® Associations: Attend REALTOR® conferences and pursue leadership roles with their local, state, and national associations.
- Real estate industry: Take an active role in policy discussions and advocacy issues; be informed about the latest industry news and trends.
- Peers: Network and learn from one another by attending events, participating in online communication, and seeking out mentoring opportunities.
- Community: Become exceptional members of their community by demonstrating a high level of REALTOR® professionalism and volunteering for causes they feel passionate about.
The process of defining the Associations strategy or direction, making decisions on allocating resources to pursue this strategy. Charge: To review Strategic Plan annually to determine if the Association is accomplishing its goals.
The function of this Committee is to research and make suggestions to the Board of Directors regarding equipment and software that is needed to keep the office technology current and updated. Such items would include but are not limited to: new computers, software, office copier/printer, phone system, CRM (database), monitors and TV’s.
REALTORS® and Affiliates throughout Lane County, working with area Bi-Mart stores to raise awareness, collect food and money on behalf of Food for Lane County.
Chairs: Mike Gottlieb | Beckie Page
Company: Mountain View Real Estate & Property Management | Harcourts West Real Estate
Phone: Mike 541-653-2868 | Beckie 541-337-5285
E-mail: [email protected] | [email protected]