If you wish to join one of our many committees, please see the following committee list, including a brief description for each, and apply for the position(s) that best fits your area of expertise.
This committee organizes and produces the Board's annual spring event to benefit the Educational Foundation and the Atlanta Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. (Meets January - May)
Governmental & Community Affairs
Calling all members with ties to their community government! Members of the Governmental & Community Affairs committee combine their connections to Metro Atlanta community governments to give the Board a voice in local policy issues that impact our industry. This committee shapes the formulation of local ordinances and policy through professional lobbying, grassroots advocacy, and supporting the election of pro-REALTOR® candidates for public office. Committee members also review legislation and recommend political action to protect the interests of REALTORS®, our industry, and our clients. (Meets monthly)
This committee reviews and investigates complaints against members as well as arbitration requests filed with the Board. When appropriate, it refers them to the Professional Standards committee for a hearing. You must have at least three years of REALTOR® membership in order to serve on the Grievance Committee.
Habitat for Humanity
This committee coordinates the construction of our Habitat for Humanity home, which takes place in the fall of each year. (Meets June - November)
This committee promotes Board membership among qualified brokers and affiliated businesses. It reviews, plans, and recommends member benefit programs and services for the enrichment of our membership. (Meets monthly)
Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club
This committee reviews rules and examine applications for the Multi-Million Dollar Sales Club, which recognizes agents and brokers for their volume production and noteworthy transactions from the previous year. Membership is this committee is restricted to MMDSC Life Members. (Meets January - March)
This committee plans and produces at least ten career-building programs each year for the general membership, as well as four programs targeted to managing brokers. It also collaborates with the Board's school, the Georgia Institute of Real Estate, to administer at least six free continuing education programs annually. (Meets monthly)
This committee encourages strict adherence to the REALTORS® Code of Ethics by all members. It conducts hearings on alleged violations of the Code of Ethics, commission disputes, and other matters referred by the Grievance Committee and/or the Board of Directors. You must have at least five years of REALTOR® membership to serve on the Professional Standards Committee.
This committee produces Showcase, the Southeastern Residential Real Estate Trade Show, which is the Board's largest annual event. Proceeds from the trade show benefit the Atlanta Chapter of Habitat for Humanity