As “The Voice of Real Estate” for South Central Kansas, it is the responsibility of RSCK and our members to remain attentive in the affairs of government. We work to protect and promote homeownership and property investment, along with protecting the way members do businees. Associations and members come together as the REALTOR® Party and speak with one voice to advance candidates that build strong communities and promote a vibrant business environment.
We are the REALTOR® Party
Now more than ever, it is critical for REALTORS® across America to come together and speak with one voice about the stability a sound and dynamic real estate market brings to our communities. From city hall to the state house to the U.S. Capitol, our elected officials are making decisions that have a huge impact on the bottom line of REALTORS® and their customers. Through the support of REALTORS® like you, the REALTOR® Party represents your interests.
Why the REALTOR® Party Matters
Together, as the REALTOR® Party, we can make partisan politics a thing of the past and create our own brand of leadership.
Politics is business when you consider the types of changes that are now being contemplated by mayors, governors and Members of Congress across the country:
- What would happen to the real estate market in your community if the mortgage deduction was eliminated from the tax code?
- What would happen if your customers were unable to afford the property insurance they needed to qualify for a mortgage?
Our allies in local, state and federal government span the political spectrum — and we need to work with each one of them to make sure they continue to support the interests of the real estate profession. In fact, the REALTOR® party has been a leader in building the bipartisan relationships necessary on both sides of the aisle in jurisdictions in every state. We need to build on that success and your involvement now can help make that happen.
The time is now to come together and fight for the interests of homeowners and the real estate profession.
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