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Want to get to know other REALTORS® and support real estate in Pierce County? Check out opportunities to get involved.

Affiliates Committee

The Affiliate Committee represents and promotes members who are not engaged in the real estate profession but have interests requiring information concerning real estate and are in alignment with the objectives of the Association.

Diversity Committee
Guides the Association in providing resources to assist in representing diverse populations in Pierce County.

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee meets quarterly and makes recommendations for annual Budgets and Business Plans.

Government Affairs Committee
Monitors local legislation affecting the real estate industry. Encourages participation among the general membership in grass roots political activities and promotes the REALTOR® movement to the membership and the public.

Grievances Committee

The purpose of the Grievance Committee is to act as a reviewing body for complaints turned into the Association to determine whether to dismiss or send forward to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing.

Member Services Committee

The purpose of the Member Services Committee is to initiate, support and monitor performance in areas of membership development, member relations, community relations, and community service activities and to support coordination of those activities with TPCAR leadership, committees, and staff.

Professional Standards Committee

Responsible for the enforcement of the Code of Ethics through ethics and arbitration hearings. Requires Professional Standards training course. Designed for Realtors® with two years’ experience in the industry.

Brokers Council

The Brokers Council provides opportunities to involve Brokers to build support, educate, and encourage participation in the Association.  The Brokers Council will meet no less than four times a year.

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