The State Leadership Idea Exchange Council will meet Thursday, November 12. After NAR Leadership addresses the group in the general session and the top ideas are exchanged, each state association will participate in small, medium, or large breakout sessions.
Missed the submission deadline for the REALTOR® Conference and Expo? You can still bring up your idea during the Thursday breakout sessions or during the President/Presidents Elect Information Exchange held Sunday, November 15, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. If you would like to present Sunday at the President/Presidents Elect Information Exchange, please forward this form by November 4.
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Ideas by State/Territory
Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | District of Columbia | Florida | Georgia | Guam | Hawaii | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa | Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland | Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri | Montana | Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Puerto Rico | Rhode Island | South Carolina | South Dakota | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Vermont | Virgin Islands | Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming
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Alabama REALTORS® introduced a new streamlined meetings concept.
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Arizona REALTORS® launched the Agent Safety Alert Program (ASAP).
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The Arkansas REALTORS® Association introduced "Safe Harbors" to ensure clients and agents remain safe at all times.
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The California Association continues work on its Thought Leadership initiative and introduced a Legal Hotline app.
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The Colorado Association's accomplishments include first-time homebuyer savings account legislation, CE webcasts, and a value proposition outreach program.
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Connecticut REALTORS® implemented a Consumer Awareness Campaign and partnered with two aquariums.
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The Delaware Association recently produced a satirical video titled The Top 10 Excuses Not to Give to RPAC for use at their Annual Convention & Trade Show.
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Georgia REALTORS® is currently acquiring a new headquarters building in Atlanta.
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Idaho REALTORS® held its RPAC Fundraising Diamond Event.
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The Illinois Association hosted its first REALTORS® Political Involvement Committee (RPIC) strategic planning session in July.
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The Iowa Association created a committee to locate dedicated, talented, and driven individuals to serve in political capacities.
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Louisiana REALTORS® created legal counsel services to help local boards with compliance issues.
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The Maryland Association wants to ensure that their culture remains inclusive, so all voices are heard and members step up.
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The Massachusetts Association is improving members' understanding of social media and helping increase social engagement. MAR also launched a weekly blog and video series.
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Michigan REALTORS® marked its centennial anniversary, approved an Issues Mobilization Fund assessment increase, and developed their CE marketplace.
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New Hampshire REALTORS® has a new out-of-state cooperative broker agreement law in the works and introduced a leadership academy.
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NYSAR conducted an extensive survey of REALTOR® health insurance coverage and needs.
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The North Carolina Association is going through a rebranding exercise with the goal of providing a statewide unified brand that each local association can tap into.
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The North Dakota Association of REALTORS® worked closely with the North Dakota Real Estate Commission to require all licensees to have three hours of personal safety classes before they can renew their 2016 license.
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The Ohio Association is conducting a communications audit and will be establishing a leadership academy in 2016.
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The Oklahoma Association held a half-day event featuring high caliber speakers and networking among related industry professionals, and introduced a new mobile app.
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Oregon's Board of Directors voted to increase state association dues by $50 and allocate $50 from every member to RPAC. They also developed their value proposition.
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The Pennsylvania Association worked with key legislative leaders and industry partners to establish a real estate caucus.
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SCR proposed a traveling road show to ensure its 17,000 members would get face-to-face time with each SCR staff member for hands-on member benefits training.
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Tennessee did its second annual RPAC-A-THON fundraiser this year and raised $50,000 in four hours.
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The Texas Association conducted data relevance spokesperson training and developed an automated infographic generator tool.
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UAR faced a new threat in recent months in the form of regulatory agencies ignoring the state statute. It has successfully appealed these issues.
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The Vermont Green Real Estate Symposium will be held on October 29, 2015.
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The Virginia Leadership Academy (VLA) elected to raise funds and awareness for the benefit of a veteran housing partner, Homes for Our Troops, as a class project.
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The West Virginia Association had a 3.5 REALTOR® Safety Class approved through their Real Estate Commission a year prior to the class introduced by NAR.
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The Wyoming Association recently approved a new strategic plan and bylaws that allowed them to drastically reduce the sizes of their EC and BOD and streamline their procedures.
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