Task Forces & Committees

Why Join a Committee
Committee service is a member benefit. CPAR’s committees are a great forum for business opportunities, learning, networking, debate and discussion. Being on a committee allows you to contribute to the decision-making process, and gain experience beneficial for those seeking a leadership role. Participate in committees for an addedvalue from your membership. CPAR is here for your professional success.



CPAR Standing Committees
Standing Committees meetings are scheduled as necessary. Some committees may conduct conference call or webinar meetings in addition to their face-to-face meetings. Contact CPAR to confirm schedules.

  • Communications
    Publishes the quarterly CPAR Insight and is responsible for press releases and public relations for the Association.

  • Grievance
    Examines possible unethical conduct and arbitration requests and forwards cases to Professional Standards Committee for hearing.

  • Legislative/RPAC
    Maintains communication between the Association and local government and appointed officials. Educates members on REALTOR®  Political Action Committee (RPAC) and plans fundraising events for the RPAC.

  • Membership
    Encourage non-members to join and maintain membership by promoting Association benefits.

  • Nominating
    Reviews eligibility applications for officer and director positions and recommends a candidates slate.

  • Professional Development
    Plans the Association’s educational calendar and reviews and evaluates programs.

  • Professional Standards
    Enforces Code of Ethics and recommends appropriate penalties for Code violations.

CPAR Special Committees
Special Committees and Task Forces are event specific and meet as necessary.

  • Affordable Housing
    Promotes equal housing and compliance with federal, state and local Fair Housing Laws and regulations through trainings and resources.

  • Awards
    Promotes, organizes and coordinates annual CPAR’s Awards Program.

  • Business Partners—Affiliates
    Holds networking events for membership.

  • Community Relations
    Promotes the value proposition of using a REALTOR® and/or engages in community activities which enhance the image of the REALTOR®.

  • Installation Banquet
    Plans, promotes and organizes the incoming leadership’s installation banquet.

  • New Member Orientation
    Committee members serve as facilitators for the Orientation program. Requirement: Attend at least two (2) Orientations as an Observer.

  • Technology
    Identifies and researches new products and services to maintain members in tune with the latest technology.

  • Young Professionals Network
    YPN is for members under 40 or with less than 10 years of experience in the industry. It was created to provide educational and networking opportunities for emerging real estate professionals.