The Budget & Assets Committee prepares and submits annual budget, reviews financial statements, studies economic trends, and reviews accounting procedures.
The Bylaws Committee reviews SDAR's bylaws to keep current with California law, as well as national, state, and association policy and procedures.
The Education Committee recruits and retains members by actively promoting benefits of membership; research new benefits, incentives, and programs; and provides continuing education programs that serve members in the license renewal process and their real estate practice.
The Government Affairs Committee represents SDAR membership on governmental issues impacting real estate. Provides advice to local policy makers and key government staff and recommends association policy.
The Grievance Committee reviews complaints alleging a violation of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics, Membership Duties, and/or the Bylaws; and determine whether or not the complaint should be forwarded to the Professional Standards Committee for hearing.
The Housing Opportunities Committee indentifies and encourages homeownership opportunities, develops strategic relationships with community-based housing partners, and promotes homeownership programs.
The International Real Estate Committee provides educational and networking opportunities, develops international business, encourages cultural diversity, and supports international real estate business for real estate investors inside and outside the U.S.
Staff Liaison: Theresa Andrews
The Membership Development & Business Technology Committee assesses member needs in the areas of technology and products to enhance the ability to conduct real estate business in today's market; and explores business opportunities to assist SDAR in providing better membership tools.
Explores, researches, and analyzes the common systems, practices, models and trends in the MLS industry to understand its impact on organized real estate.
The RPAC Committee coordinates various fundraising events to benefit SDAR's Political Action Committees; oversees political candidate interviews and endorsements; and cultivates strong advocates for organized real estate from local to state levels.
The Young Professionals Network Committee assists career-minded young real estate professionals stay abreast of the latest industry tools, resources, and technology, as well as focuses on networking, standards, education, and mentoring opportunities.