FPCs: Arizona REALTOR’s Critical Liaisons with Federal Legislators

Posted on October 30, 2014 by

In a world of acronyms, FPC might be one of the most important ones in the real estate industry. FPC, or Federal Political Coordinator, has the role of making the REALTORS® voice heard… literally! What is an FPC? The Federal Political Coordinator (FPC) role is to bring the message of our industry to the Member […]

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2013 Legislative Summary

Posted on October 28, 2014 by Nicole LaSlavic

The 51st, 1st Regular Legislative Session adjourned Sine Die in the early morning hours of Friday, June 14, 2013. Session ran a total of 151 days. 1,158 bills were introduced this year. Of those bills 282 were passed by the legislature. The governor signed 256 bills and vetoed 26 bills. The end of session was marked […]

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The Five Ws of RAPAC

Posted on June 3, 2014 by

“RAPAC” may be a term you’re already familiar with and understand its value to our industry. It may be a term you’ve heard mentioned at various REALTOR®-related events, but aren’t too familiar with. Or, it may be that the word RAPAC incites complete and utter bewilderment for you. If you fall into the latter category, […]

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Capitol Insider – April 25, 2014

Posted on April 25, 2014 by

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Capitol Insider: January 21, 2014

Posted on January 23, 2014 by

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Out-of-State Broker Cooperation

Posted on April 15, 2011 by

On August 25, 2004 a law allowing for an Arizona broker to cooperate with out-of-state brokers became effective. Arizona brokers may cooperate with an out-of-state broker if the brokers enter into a written agreement that includes: (a) a list of the activities to be conducted by the out-of-state broker; (b) a statement that the out-of-state […]

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