Join an AAR Committee and Make a Difference

Be a part of the AAR team and make new contacts, be involved in the decision making process and learn about current trends in the industry. The Association wants your ideas and encourages you to get involved. Listed below are the Committees of the Arcadia Association of REALTORS®, along with a brief description of their functions.

To become involved in one or more Committees and get the fullest benefits from your membership, complete the Committee Selection Form. For more information, please contact Laura at the Association office, 626-446-2115, ext. 304

Committee Descriptions - PDF

Governance:
2017 Board of Directors
Past AAR Presidents

Committee Descriptions


Budget & Finance* - Proposes annual budget and periodic adjustments as required. Conducts reviews of monthly and quarterly financial statements. Analyzes financial impact of proposed Association programs and projects, making recommendations regarding them to the Board of Directors. (*Members of this committee are pre-selected based on the confidential nature of this committee.)
Commercial / Investment Committee - Serves the membership in exchanging property and client information, developing and promoting programs and services relating to commercial and investment properties, enhancing members knowledge of such properties, practices and procedures, facilitating teaming when appropriate to accomplish specific transactions, and to encourage networking between members. We will seek to enhance member’s freedom and ability to conduct their individual business successfully with integrity, professionalism and competency, and through collective action, to better serve the public and promote the preservation of real property rights the role of REALTORS in real property transactions. 1st Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
Education Committee - Sponsors educational programs to increase the professional competence of members, and enables them to satisfy continuing education requirements with the DRE. Plans Association educational conferences, seminars, and similar events. 2nd Thursday of each month at 10 a.m.
Community Outreach & Housing Opportunity Committee - Recommends programs to carry out Association’s affirmative marketing agreement with HUD/NAR. Studies issues and makes recommendations for programs to assure equal housing opportunities exist in our area. To enlighten the Arcadia Association of REALTOR Membership, the governments, Chambers of Commerce and citizens of the communities in the San Gabriel valley as to the need for affordable housing and the opportunities for homeownership. This committee also… (See Public Relations Committee). 3rd Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
Events 4 Charity (E4C) Auxiliary - The primary purpose and objective of Events 4 Charity, an Auxiliary of the Arcadia Association of REALTORS®, is to provide REALTORS® and Affiliates a means to serve the Arcadia Association and their community through social and charitable activities. Generates revenue for charity by conducting MLS 50/50 drawing, Bingo Night, Day at the Races and other fundraising activities. All profits to be distributed to local charities. 1st Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
Global Real Estate Committee - The goal is to develop real estate sales and investment opportunities in the international arena, facilitated by learning different cultures and their respective business practices, and utilizing existing modes of transacting business between international and domestic clients. Education is a strong component of this committee. 1st Tuesday of each month at 11:00 a.m.
Grievance Committee** - Reviews complaints by Association members and the public to determine whether a complaint warrants a formal hearing. (**Members of this committee must go through a training process to be eligible to review complaints.)
Local Governmental Relations (LGR) Committee - Recommends and coordinates actions relating to statewide and nationwide legislation through C.A.R. and N.A.R. Promotes private ownership of real property by encouraging favorable legislation. Through civic participation at the local level, recommends and coordinates action affecting city and county legislation, zoning and regulations. Monitors city council, school board meetings and studies environment issues.
Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Committee - Plans and conduct New Member Orientation. Makes recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding membership rules and procedures. 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 11 a.m.

Young Professionals Network (YPN) Committee - To provide a catalyst in which members can establish relationships, and share ideas and experiences with fellow real estate professionals of all levels in a positive, supportive and casual environment. To instill in members the importance of participation in professional organized real estate and its standards.