The Palm Springs Regional Association of REALTORS® has been assisting real estate professionals and their affiliated businesses in our desert communities of the Coachella Valley since 1929, and gives back to those communities in which we all live and work.
The committees of the Palm Springs Regional Association are the heart of the organization in that they aid the elected leadership in developing the future direction for the Board of Realtors. Ideas begin at the committee level and motions/recommendations are taken to the Board of Directors for approval. Once approved, a combination of committee members and staff implement the objective.
This committee, chaired by Barry Rodgers (email@example.com), focuses on the needs of the affiliate member and identifies ways in which the use of the affiliates for REALTORSR related services can be enhanced. It also provides the affiliate with a vehicle for communicating special needs to the Board of Directors.
Chaired by Lewis DaSilva, this committee reviews the quarterly financial statements for the Board. The committee works with the Executive Officer in developing budgets and setting dues/fees to fund annual budgets.
This committee is chaired by Dwayne Carrier (Dwayne@dwaynecarrier.com). CPR Committee is currently working on projects to find effective ways to distribute information to the members including the board website, and new media options. Additionally, this committee is tasked with developing relationships with the local media and coordinating press releases.
Chaired by Jim Web (Jim@DesertRealEstate4You.com), this committee reviews all complaints regarding Code of Ethic violations. Special Professional Standards Training courses are pre-requisites for service on this committee.
Chaired by Jim Franklin (firstname.lastname@example.org) , the committee has two objectives, first – it focuses on staying current with local government activity affecting real estate in Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Desert Hot Springs and Indio as well as developing a pro-active relationship with city representatives; secondly – it takes on the responsibility of encouraging members to contribute to the Political Action Fund and make recommendations on uses of IMPAC funds.
This committee chaired by Benjamin Leaskou (email@example.com) explores various programs and service enhancement to meet the needs of the membership. They make recommendations to the Board on proposals as well as oversee the enforcement of MLS policy bylaws and issue citations as necessary.
This committee is chaired by Frank Peabody and handles complaints forwarded by the Grievance Committee. Special Professional Standards Training courses are pre-requisites for service on this committee.
Chaired by Craig Coleman (firstname.lastname@example.org), this committee coordinates specific events for the Board including fundraisers and mixers to benefit local charities and the Board. A list of preferred charities and projects as submitted by members are approved by the Board of Directors.