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Realtors Association of Palm Beaches

As part of our ongoing fight to protect the American Dream, REALTORS® need to support political action committees (PACs), which help us stay at the forefront of state and national legislative issues that affect homeownership. In politics, money talks, and the more money we raise for our PACs, the louder we can speak on behalf of consumers. Learn more about our state and national PACs below and invest in your profession!

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  • What is REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC)? As the political action committee for the National Association of REALTORS®, RPAC bans REALTORS® together to promote and protect the real estate industry, both locally and nationally. RPAC is the only nationwide REALTOR® PAC for REALTORS®, run by REALTORS®. 

  • How can RPAC help my real estate business? RPAC is the best investment a REALTOR® can make to protect their business it's like "insurance" for the real estate industry. By contributing as little as $59 each year, the committee can continue fighting for tax reforms (such as the mortgage interest tax deduction to protect distressed sellers), protection of private property rights, reduction of burdensome regulations on our industry, and preservation of the American dream of homeownership.

  • Is RPAC affiliated with a particular political party? The committee only supports candidates and elected officials who share REALTOR® values on REALTOR®-related issues, regardless of their political party affiliation.
  • What are some recent RPAC "wins"? See just a few examples below, and remember, we can only fight with your help and need your RPAC investment now to ensure our continued success! Invest Now

    • Defeating Amendment 4!
    • Defending the Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction
    • Advocating for major cities in Palm Beach County such as Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, West Palm Beach, Lake Worth and Wellington to not increase their millage rate
    • Defeating a Countywide One-Cent Fire Rescue Sales Tax
    • Defeating a Third-Party Foreclosure Registry in West Palm Beach, Wellington and Greenacres

Contributions to RPAC are voluntary and will be used for political purposes and support of state, local, and federal candidates and political parties and in issue initiatives. Making a contribution is not a condition of membership in the Association and a member may refuse to contribute without suffering any reprisal. Seventy percent of each contribution is used by RPAC-Florida and RPIC Florida to support state and local candidates and state and local issues. Consult your local Association /Board for the exact percentage going toward each. The balance is sent to National RPAC and is charged against your contribution limits prescribed by 2 U.S.C. 441a. Contributions are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.

Questions? Contact Matthew Leger, RAPB Government Affairs Director • 561-727-2760 •
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