Third Wednesday of the month at 1:00 p.m.
The real estate industry is often viewed as an easy money industry that makes good money but does little in return for communities. As the REALTOR® community takes an active role in improving the quality of life in the communities where we live and work, our public image increases, city governments are more willing to have us be an active part of the policy making process, our communities improve, and our future success is enhanced. As we work together in a “non-transaction” environment we expand our networks and build friendships which help us operate more professionally.
- Plan and execute at least three community service projects that involve at least 50 REALTORS® members, in at least two different cities.
The Utah Association of REALTORS® Housing Opportunity Fund is funded by interest on Brokers trust accounts. These moneys are then used for housing related charitable donations in our community. This is a great opportunity to do something great for the community with very little cost to the agents and brokers.
- Expand the number of UCAR brokers participating in UARHOF
- Contact each broker who is not participating and encourage participation. If brokers cannot participate because of their banking relationships, ask for a direct office contribution.
- Explore ways to streamline the application process for charities seeking donations.