STATE ADVOCACY

The New Mexico Association of REALTORS® positions in front of the New Mexico State Legislature and also with New Mexico regulatory agencies, which may adopt rules affecting REALTORS® or private property rights. NMAR’s legislative and regulatory positions are guided by the Quality of Life Principles adopted by the Board of Directors.

FEDERAL ADVOCACY

The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) is responsible for lobbying in the United States Congress, federal agencies and the Executive Branch. NAR’s website is a vast storehouse of information to assist REALTORS® and there are many resources available to assist state and local associations in their government affairs activities.

POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE

RPAC’s mission is to identify candidates for elected office on the local, state and national levels, who will work with REALTORS® to promote and protect the American Dream of property ownership. Candidates who receive support from RPAC are not selected based on their political party or ideology, but solely on their support of real estate issues.

ISSUES ADVOCACY FUND

The Issues Advocacy Fund is used to assist local boards and associations in conducting grassroots campaigns to support REALTOR® goals.  Local boards can request financial assistance to support or oppose ballot measures and local ordinances, or for other types of issue campaigns to influence public policy.

STATE POLITICAL COORDINATOR’S

SPC’s play an important role in the grassroots and advocacy efforts of the New Mexico Association of REALTORS® (NMAR). A State Political Coordinator’s (SPC) most valuable contribution to the New Mexico Association of REALTORS® is the relationship developed with each Member of the New Mexico Legislature.

RPAC GRANTS

The RPAC Fundraising Grant assists state and local associations in hosting fundraising events and activities designed to increase RPAC fundraising receipts and RPAC participation. Fundraising activities must produce tangible results and cannot be recognition events.