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Take part in NEFAR's extensive legislative activities, learn how the Realtors Political Action Committee and the Realtor Party work on your behalf, review sign regulations, and more.

What Is RPAC?

RPAC Works On Your Behalf

Since 1969, the mission of the Realtors Political Action Committee (RPAC) has been to identify candidates for elected office on the local, state and national levels who will work with Realtors to promote and protect the real estate industry and private property rights, as well as support or combat issues of importance to Realtors.

Candidates that receive support from RPAC are not selected based on their political party affiliation, but solely on their support of real estate issues. The money to provide this support does not come from member dues: it comes directly from voluntary contributions made by Realtors to RPAC, in recognition of how important campaign fundraising and issues management is to the political process. RPAC doesn't buy votes, it provides Realtors with a way to support candidates who support Realtors' issues, profession and livelihood. RPAC is the only grassroots force that exists to protect and promote the tradition of homeownership and real estate investment.

RPAC and The Realtor Party

RPAC is a key component of The Realtor Party. The Realtor Party is a powerful alliance of Realtors and Realtor associations working to protect and promote homeownership and property investment. The Realtor Party speaks with one voice to advance candidates and public policies that build strong communities and promote a vibrant business environment. From city hall to the state house to the U.S. Capitol, elected officials make decisions that have a huge impact on the bottom line of Realtors and their customers. The Realtor Party represents your interests and is funded through contributions to RPAC.

Contributions to RPAC are not tax deductible.