The Communications Committee oversees internal and external communications efforts by SCCAR. Including the technical equipment and data as well as programmatic functions in support of these activities. The Communications Committee also supports external activities, charitable fund raising, and all events organized through the Snohomish County-Camano Association of REALTORS®.
Meetings are the fourth Wednesday of every month, 1:00 pm. Email email@example.com for more information.
To get involved or for more information on any of these committees please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Snohomish County-Camano Association of REALTORS® has established a program of FREE continuing education classes called the Appreciation Series. The purpose of the Education Committee is to develop and administer well-balanced programs that serve the educational needs of the membership. Programs include the appreciation series classes, seminars dealing with the Code of Ethics and fair housing practices, and information promoting REALTOR® designations.
Meetings are on an "as needed" basis. Please check the SCCAR calendar for the most up to date meeting times or email email@example.com for more information.
Government Affairs Committee
Coordinate and promote legislation within Snohomish County recognizing private property rights and the interests of the real estate industry, and to defend against legislation, which is detrimental to property rights and the ability of families to purchase homes.
Meetings are the second Friday of every month at 9:00 am. contact Ryan McIrvin, Government Affairs Director for more information.
Through the Association’s Political Action Committee (RPAC), REALTORS® organize themselves for effective political action and support candidates for election to legislative and executive offices. RPAC promotes and strives for the improvement of government by encouraging REALTORS® and the public to take a more active and effective part in local politics. RPAC encourages voluntary investments in the REALTORS® political fund.
Meetings are the second Friday of every month in conjunction with the Government Affairs Committee.
Grievance/ Professional Standards Committee
The purpose of the Professional Standards Committee is to enforce the Code of Ethics through the conduct of ethics and arbitration hearings. The Grievance Committee examines complaints and determines if the complaint has sufficient substance to merit a hearing. Members must complete one days training to be eligible for appointment to either committee.
Meetings are as needed.