2024–26 Committee Openings

New Mexico Association of REALTORS® relies on our incredible volunteers for their time and valuable contributions to promote the goals of the association. Are you ready to step up on behalf of NM REALTORS®?

We are currently seeking members who would be interested in volunteering for the following committees:

This group annually reviews and revises the NMAR Bylaws and Operating Policies as necessary. They meet during NMAR January Meetings and as needed. Policy Amendments are considered by the NMAR BOD. Bylaws amendments are voted on at NMAR’s Annual Membership Meeting. 

This group evaluates and suggests agendas, speakers, activities, and venues for statewide NMAR events. The President Elect and First Vice President shall serve as Ex Officio members of this Committee.

This group reviews financial statements and budget; receives and reviews previous year audit results; recommends auditor for current year; and prepares next year’s program-based budget for vote at Annual Conference. This committee meets during NMAR January Meetings and as necessary to review monthly financials and prepare budget. Chaired by the NMAR Treasurer. 

This group works with legal counsel to develop and produce or amend such forms as are necessary and appropriate for the REALTORS® of New Mexico to conduct business in the state in a legal and professional manner. The Forms Committee meets 6 to 8 times a year as needed. This is NMAR’s most popular committee and space is limited.

The purpose of this subcommittee is to support NMAR members who do business with global markets. Including through education, information sharing, and involvement with select global real estate organizations. The forum also fosters strong relations with local organizations, representing diverse ethnic and cultural communities in New Mexico. The Global Alliance Subcommittee will also promote the CIPS designation and hold a Global Alliance Forum once per year during Annual Conference.

(Must be a graduate of the G&I Program)
This group creates, promotes, and reviews the REALTOR® Growth and Involvement Program to train NMAR members to serve in leadership positions at their member Board and at the State Association. Meets as needed.

The IAF Committee develops rules and policies governing the operation of the Issues Advocacy Fund and the Committee; reviews requests for the use of the IAF; and makes recommendations to the Executive Committee. Meets as needed. 

The purpose of this committee is to be an information resource to all members of the NEW MEXICO ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. The committee will investigate and recommend additional benefits that may be offered to members. This committee encompasses technology, communication, outreach, grants, and technical assistance. 

The purpose of the Professional Development Committee is to develop and provide educational opportunities and services that focus on professional real estate practices. The committee will oversee the New Mexico Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) program including the updating and restructuring of courses and programs to follow market trends and student needs; GRI Marketing plans; periodic instructor reviews; and determining the need for additional instructors. Additional policies governing the GRI Program are found in Attachment 13. There will be two Professional Development subcommittees.

This committee creates a Strategic Plan for the association that has a vision, goals, and key objectives, and monitors progress toward meeting goals and objectives outlined in the Plan. The Committee meets as needed.

Applications are due by September 23, 2023.

Please send the completed form to: kim@nmrealtor.com

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