A Look at Florida Realtors Committees

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Here's a look at our committees and what they do. (Members can find out the current committee leadership and membership by logging into the Florida Realtors digital Leadership Reference Guide.)

* committee is auto-populated or is not open for requests to join
** off-cycle committee

Association Governance Committees

Audit Committee** 

Employs a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) to provide for an annual audit, oversees the annual audit process, and reviews internal structure and procedures.

Building Committee**

Monitors the physical condition of the association’s building assets in Orlando and Tallahassee and makes recommendations to maintain the properties’ condition in a manner to ensure the highest market value.

Credentials Committee*

Shall be charged with screening applications for office to determine if the applicant meets all mandatory requirements for office.

District Vice President Information Exchange*

Provides an opportunity for the DVPs to meet and exchange information and ideas.

Executive Committee

Makes recommendations to the board of directors; has full executive power when the board is not in session.

Finance Committee

Recommends procedures to properly finance the association, oversees the maintenance of a three-year budget, manages the association’s assets, suggests regulations for the administration of funds, designates the fiduciary depositories for accounts, and performs those duties as defined by the Activity Budget System.

Investment & Treasury Management Committee**

Oversees investment initiatives and the institutions responsible for handling capital investments and invested reserves, and suggests treasury management regulations for the administration of funds.

Legal Action Fund Committee

Decides in what matters Florida Realtors should assist in legal actions and in distributing funds to support litigation that has significance to members, to private property rights or to the real estate profession as a whole; decisions subject to Executive Committee approval.

Past Presidents Advisory Council*

Gives support, advice and counsel to the Florida Realtors president on issues of concern to the association.

Strategic Thinking Committee

Ensures implementation of the Strategic Framework via programs and services that enhance member freedom and the ability to conduct their individual businesses successfully with integrity and competency, and through collective action, promote the preservation of property rights.

Realtor Advocacy Committees

Florida Realtors PAC Trustees

Makes contributions to political candidates, committees and activities consistent with federal and state election laws.

Issues Mobilization Committee**

Oversees and makes funding decisions for the issues mobilization fund; the funds are available to financially assist local associations on issues they deem to be important in protecting and promoting Realtor member and/or property owner interests in their market area. 

Legislative Think Tank 

A direct opportunity for member grassroots engagement in issues of public policy that are important to Florida Realtors and owners of private property.

Public Advocacy Advisory Group**

Advises the Florida Realtors president on legislative and regulatory issues, including those requiring expenditures from the Advocacy Fund, while the Legislature is in session and between the board of directors meetings.

Public Policy Committee

Coordinates and refines policy developed on legislative and regulatory issues; discusses, reports, and recommends action on matters of legislation and regulation as they affect the real estate profession, private property rights and other issues it determines proper; recommends Florida Realtors positions on public policy issues.

Realtor Party Member Involvement Committee

Tasked with organizing a strategic, coordinated effort to set and monitor the Florida Realtors PAC fundraising, recognition events and participation goals. Further, to have oversight of the Major Investor (MI) Recognition Subcommittee, Participation Subcommittee, and the Fundraising Subcommittee.

Top 100 Brokers Committee* **

Develops ongoing initiative that develops legislative strategy, identifies the services, tools and strategic relationships that expand and enhance the business interests of our top Designated REALTORS®.

Programs and Services Committees

Convention Committee

Serve as marketers of the convention and to help increase attendance. Provide member input into content/potential speakers for education sessions in order to present innovative and industry-relevant programming. Committee members will also serve as ambassadors of the association during convention. The ambassador role includes on-site support in the form of greeting attendees, answering questions and taking tickets for special events. 

Communications Committee

Promotes the activities and professional stature of Florida Realtors and its members, protects and enhances the term “Realtor®” and publicizes various statewide functions of the association. Manages the Awards Program; promotes participation by Florida Realtors, boards/associations and members in civic affairs.

Emerging Technology Committee

Provides insight and product ideas for the next generation of REALTOR-centric technology tools for Florida Realtor members. 

Professional Development Committee

Furthers cooperation between statewide educational programs; plans and executes the Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI) and similar programs, assists and supports local boards’ educational programming.

Research Advisory Committee

Recommends products and services to meet member and local association data analysis needs in local markets, as well as recommends statewide products for research and development. Assists in planning the Florida Real Estate Trends summit.

Law and Policy Committees

Forms Content 

Provides members direct input into the development of Florida Realtors business forms. Members can suggest modification, creation, deletion or addition of business forms.

Local Board/Association Attorneys Council*

Informs and discusses issues and practices relating to the real estate transaction and the cooperative role of attorneys and Realtors; exchanges and disseminates legal and policy information beneficial to boards/associations. 

MLS Administrators Information Exchange*

Offers an opportunity to discuss ideas and issues relating to MLS operations and services.

Realtors/Attorneys Joint Committee**

Promotes cordial relations between Realtors and attorneys; provides the opportunity to review and update the Florida Realtors/BAR Contract for Sale and Purchase and any appropriate riders.

Member Involvement Committees

Board Leadership Forum*

Encourages the exchange of ideas and information among local board/association leaders.

Florida NAR Directors Committee*

Allows NAR directors representing Florida the ability to stay informed about issues at NAR and their impact on Florida Realtors, its members and the state of Florida.

Florida Realtors Board Certified Professional Advisory Group

Provide oversight over the program and review applications and conduct interviews.

Leadership Academy Committee

Interviews and selects candidates for the academy as well as promotes and provides an educational program to enhance the skills of potential leaders.

NAR Strategy Committee

Provides direction and recommends support of NAR issues and candidates for NAR office to the NAR Directors from Florida; when applicable, interviews and provides recommendations on NAR Director Candidates to the Nominating Committee; contributes to the influence and shaping of policy and the mission of NAR by recommending Florida members for committee service and assisting in their advancement at NAR.

Young Professionals Network (YPN) Advisory Committee

Provides direction and strategy in determining the communication, information and education necessary to reach out to young professional members and provide an opportunity for direct input to Florida Realtors. 

Diversity Committee  

Develops and recommends policies promoting equal opportunity in housing and diversity within the real estate industry, identifies the concerns and needs of members and develops actions to address those needs.

Community Engagement Committee

Works to increase participation and events for the Clean Up Florida Waters by partnering with the District Vice Presidents, association executives and local board leadership in their district. The committee members will connect with local associations throughout the year to help educate on how to create waterway clean-up events as well as collect reports on events for promotional efforts.

Real Estate Specialties Committees

Association Executives Council*   

Assists Florida Realtors in promoting sound, efficient and progressive practices in the administration and management of boards/associations.

Commercial Alliance Committee

Provides commercial practitioners an opportunity to discuss issues that affect their business and ability to do business; serves as a mechanism for input to Florida Realtors regarding the development of legislative initiatives and contract development as they relate to commercial real estate practitioners.

Global Business Committee

Analyzes and develops policy on global issues; creates mechanisms to serve the specialized needs of members globally and to position Florida Realtors globally as the most influential and authoritative representative of the Florida real estate business and profession.


Disaster Relief Fund

Trustees work to raise and distribute funds for members of the Realtor family who have experienced substantial damage or loss to their residence or office due to a natural disaster.

Florida Realtors Education Foundation

Trustees provide, fund, administer and implement real estate-related scholarships.

Homeownership For All

Trustees oversee the “Support Homeownership for All” license plate funds that provide foundations and other groups with resources and support to take the initiative to address affordable housing issues in Florida. Proceeds are used to fund programs that provide and promote affordable housing in Florida.

Silent Angels*

Provide funds, supplies, and services to individuals who are making a determined effort, yet are financially needy or otherwise distressed.