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Celebrate Advocacy Throughout May

Share your REALTOR® Party pride online May 7-27. Each week has a Vote, Act or Invest theme that offers state and local associations opportunities to tout their candidate and issue campaign success, hold a voter registration drive, hold a community outreach event, educate members on RPAC and more! Post photos and videos of your association’s advocacy efforts on social media using the hashtag #REALTORParty. Be sure to tag us (REALTOR® Action Center on Facebook and @REALTORAction on Twitter) in your post.

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April is Fair Housing Month

There are many ways your association can recognize Fair Housing Month. Click here for more information. Click here to download the 2017 Fair Housing poster.

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2017 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo

May 15-20, 2017
The REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo is where NAR members take an active role to advance the real estate industry, public policy and the association. REALTORS® come to Washington, DC, for special issues forums, committee meetings, legislative activities and the industry trade show. REGISTER NOW!

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Indianapolis REALTORS® Spearhead Expanded Public Transportation Funding

With multiple Issues Mobilization Grants, the Mid-Indianapolis Board of REALTORS® led the charge to establish a fund to expand transit services in the Indianapolis metropolitan area. Now that the effort has cleared the last of its legislative hurdles, a new income tax dedicated to building transport infrastructure will ensure greater economic prosperity for the region, and better quality of life for its residents. MORE>

Land Use Initiative Lends 'Horsepower' to Greater Northwest Indiana Zoning Challenge

When a proposed zoning ordinance threatened to negatively impact property values and marketability in Munster, the Greater Northwest Indiana Association of REALTORS® looked to the REALTOR® Party for help. By presenting the Town Council with a Land Use Initiative memorandum, it was able to neutralize the threat—and demonstrate its desire to enhance and strengthen the community. MORE>