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Get Involved and Make a Difference!

Joining a PWAR Small Group has always been a great way to make new contacts, learn about the new trends in the industry, and have a hand in shaping the Association’s direction. If you’d like to get more involved with PWAR by participating on a Small Group or simply have some great ideas you’d like to see implemented, please complete this application.

Return on Investment

  • Knowledge: From industry news to legislative efforts, if you want to be in the know, volunteering is a great way to start.
  • Networking: Real estate is a people business. The more REALTORS® you meet, the easier business will be.  Let PWAR be your platform for networking with agents and brokers.
  • Leadership Training: You will be exposed to different leadership styles and opportunities to chair committees and task forces.  Many group leaders pursue election to the PWAR leadership team.
  • Making an Impact: By becoming involved, you will make a lasting impact on your Association.

Your Commitment

  • Time: Serving on a PWAR Small Group can take one to two hours a month depending upon the projects.
  • Thought: It all begins with an idea. A good brainstorming session is the starting point of everything from education seminars to event themes. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box.
  • Salesmanship: Volunteers are given the opportunity to represent the Association in your office.
  • Respect: Leadership, members, and staff have one mission – To work for the good of the Association.
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PWAR Small Groups

The mission of the Awards Small Group is to continue to celebrate the PWAR Top Producing Agents. During meetings the group will discuss changes to criteria and protocol, and review award applications that are submitted.

Meetings: As scheduled during months prior to Annual REALTOR Celebration

The Budget and Finance Small Group maintains the fiscal stability and long-term economic health of the Association. The Group oversees that financial planning for the Association is supportive of and fully integrated with the long-range plans and mission of the Association. The Group provides oversight of fiscal management and  guidance to those responsible for the  Association’s day-to-day operations. Members are appointed by the President.

This Small Group promotes involvement in the community by participating in activities to assist area agencies and organizations, for example, working with Keep Prince William Beautiful, fundraising projects for the Boys & Girls Clubs Prince William region, drives for SERVE & Hilda Barg, and more.

Meeting held the first Thursday of the month at 9:00 am.

This group aims to promote and develop a culture of collaboration and inclusion in the Association. The group interprets diversity as embracing and respecting all races, nationalities, colors, creeds, religions, age, disabilities, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or associational preference. The group works towards greater representation of those currently underrepresented in the Association.

The purpose of the governance group is to insure the associations operations,
financial viability and strategic direction. The Small Group reviews policy manuals, Bylaws and recommends changes to the Board of Directors as needed. Members are appointed by the President.

Meetings: Quarterly

The Grievance Small Group and the Professional Standards & Arbitration (PSA) Committee are two separate entities that work together to enforce the Code of Ethics.

The Grievance Small Group reviews all complaints and decides if a violation has occurred. If they conclude that there is a valid violation, it will then be sent to the Professional Standards & Arbitration Committee, who will hold the hearing.

Grievance Meetings: As scheduled
PSA Meetings: As needed.

The International Focus Group unifies the real estate community of PWAR by preparing Realtors and Real Estate related Affiliates to address needs pertaining to all aspects of real estate transactions, including the loan process.

Meetings: The third Tuesday of every other month at 1:00 p.m.

Develops and implements public policy strategies for PWAR at the state and local levels. The group also acts as the liaison to elected officials in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. Group members plan and participate in lobbying activities at the Virginia General Assembly as part of REALTOR® Day on the Hill.

Our mission is to provide a rich education department that is beneficial to the total agent. We strive to ensure our agents are equipped with CE & PL classes, advertising skills and the fundamentals on how to make their business prosper while staying within the guidelines set forth by DPOR and their local Association.

Meetings: The third Monday of every other month at 10:00 a.m.

RPAC is the REALTORS® Professional Advocacy Committee. The RPAC Small Group raises financial resources, identifies and invests in candidates for elected office who advance public policies to promote and protect strong communities, private property interests and a vibrant business environment

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