WeSERV supports your interests and dedication to your community and we welcome your participation in one of our numerous committees! When you volunteer and participate, YOU help make a difference! It’s a rewarding experience being involved within a WeSERV committee, and will surely improve your Association, community, and business.
Fill out a Committee Request Form to get started.
WeSERV serves more than 400 affiliate members representing businesses as diverse as mortgage companies, home inspectors, newspapers, title companies and pest control companies. Many of these individuals join so they can keep up‐to‐date with the latest real estate information, and also take advantage of networking opportunities with REALTORS® members. Affiliate members are afforded many of the same benefits of membership that REALTORS® receive, and they can also reap a competitive advantage by belonging to WeSERV.
Affiliate Membership Application
After Hours Networking Information
Affiliate Blue Ribbon List
Affiliate Blue Ribbon Application
Affiliate Lifetime Blue Ribbon Application
Affiliate Blue Ribbon Requirements
The Global Business & Alliances Council aims to provide members with information and resources to assist them in working with buyers and sellers from different cultures and countries. The Council meets to educate members on economic and cultural issues that encompass international real estate transactions, provide information regarding international real estate issues, offer international networking opportunities, and promote education programs on cultural diversity.
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORK
The core to the Young Professionals Network’s strategic agenda is the belief that the more informed, involved and engaged young professionals are, the more influence they will have on what the Southeast Valley becomes.
These committees require you to apply no later than the deadline. The application is submitted to the Board of Directors for approval. Those who are approved will serve for that calendar year AND be a voting member of that committee. If you are not an approved voting member of the committee you are still welcome to attend any of the committee meetings. However, you are not allowed to vote.
*Both the Grievance and Professional Standards committees have additional requirements. If you have questions, please contact Tonya Deskins for assistance.
Community Outreach Committee
SEVRAR’s Community Outreach Committee is responsible for building and maintaining positive relationships through community involvement and outreach
The Finance Committee is responsible for recommending SEVRAR’s annual budget, providing a monthly review concerning finances, and advocating financial policies to the Board of Directors. Also, the committee investigates the best methods of financing programs/projects, when instructed by the Board.
Governing documents COMMITTEE
Government Affairs COMMITTEE
The Government Affairs Committee works on behalf of more than 10,500 SEVRAR REALTORS® to ensure an environment exists in local government to promote home ownership, and to allow real estate professionals to conduct business free from onerous rules, regulations, and ordinances.
Grievance (Panel 1)
The Grievance Committee is responsible for reviewing body for Ethics and/or arbitration complaints filed with the Association against REALTORS® to determine whether to dismiss or send forward to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing.
Grievance (Panel 2)
The Grievance Committee is responsible for reviewing body for Ethics and/or Arbitration complaints filed with the Association against REALTORS® to determine whether to dismiss or send forward to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing.
Information Systems Committee
The Information Systems Committee assists the Association and its committees in defining specific needs and providing forums for information exchange. The Committee recommends effective avenues for the exchange of information among the membership, the public, SEVRAR, and ARMLS.
The purpose of the Leadership Development Committee is to provide recommendations for nomination and election of Officers and Directors, determine guidelines for the Leadership Academy, and select candidates for SEVRAR’s REALTORS® of the Year, Affiliate of the Year, and Community Service awards.
Professional Development Committee
The Professional Development Committee is responsible for planning and promoting diverse educational opportunities at SEVRAR and ensuring that all members are provided with unique programs for their specialty areas (i.e. Commercial; global). The committee also assists with promoting special seminars and educational offerings of other Association committees and NAR sanctioned Institutes, Societies or Councils.
Professional Standards Committee
The REALTORS® of Arizona Political Action Committee (RAPAC) is a bipartisan Political Action Committee (PAC) that vets candidates who are pro-business, support lower taxes, and have pro-growth positions on issues that affect the business of real estate.
Disputes & Complaints
A real estate professional’s membership in the Association distinguishes him or her from non-members because Member REALTORS® voluntarily accept the obligation to meet the standards of practice and conduct set forth in The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.