Local Issues & Legislation

DeKalb CEO Visits REALTORS®
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DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond paid a visit to a combined meeting of the Government Affairs Committees (GAC) from the residential and commercial boards. CEO Thurmond discussed issues that affect the real estate industry, such as economic development, the water crisis and transportation.

Crossover Day at the State Capitol
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Friday, March 3rd, was “Crossover Day” at the Georgia State Capitol. Crossover Day is the last day legislation can “cross over” from one chamber to the other in order to stay active or it will be considered “inactive” for the remainder of the legislative session. An “inactive” bill can come back up for consideration next legislative session, but will not be reconsidered this session.

Invest in RPAC
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The REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) is the nation's largest, most successful, and most bipartisan political action committee. Your voluntary investment is used to improve your bottom line in several ways: Through issues mobilization, political advocacy, and by directly supporting candidates at the local, state, and federal levels of government who champion the ideals and principles of REALTORS®. RPAC is your best investment in real estate!

Invest in RPAC
Local

The REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) is the nation's largest, most successful, and most bipartisan political action committee. Your voluntary investment is used to improve your bottom line in several ways: Through issues mobilization, political advocacy, and by directly supporting candidates at the local, state, and federal levels of government who champion the ideals and principles of REALTORS®. RPAC is your best investment in real estate!

City of Atlanta: ADA: 20% Funding of Barrier Removal
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The CBR received notification that the City of Atlanta (COA) was enforcing 20% project funding for barrier removal as dictated by the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). COA was requiring that 20% of tenant planning project budgets would go towards a barrier free design and looking to implement in June of 2017.

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