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2018 Affiliate Council Election Results Are Announced

Congratulations to our 2018 Affiliate Council:   Co Chairs: Beth McCann, 2-10 Home Warranty / Theresa Springer, Eagle Home Mortgage Immediate Past Chair: Sheri Hunzeker, WFG National Title & Eric Golemo, SGA Engineering Secretary: Katie Thompson, Cascade Title Inspection Director: Kevin Ratliff, Pillar to Post Title & Escrow Director: Lauren Yost, Chicago Title/Fidelity Nat’l Title Lending Director: Teresa Munn, Heritage Bank Warranty Director: Georgie Earl, Old Republican Home Protection Director … [Read more...]

Public Affairs Updates for December

Welcome to the holiday season, I hope you all will have the opportunity to balance time between your business and time spent with friends and family. This is often the time of year where we take a look back at our accomplishments and challenges from the past year, and I’ve been doing the same as we prepare for 2018.   The year started off with a large focus on what turned into a marathon session in Olympia, where Washington REALTORS were able to push legislation that allows for market-based adjustments … [Read more...]

A Packed House for Installation – Presented by iQ Credit Union Mortgage!

    On Tuesday, December 5, over 200 members celebrated the installation of the 2018 Board of Directors and awards ceremony at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver. The guests enjoyed hors d'ouevres and libations well into the evening during the after-party, sponsored by the Young Professionals Network. iQ Credit Union Mortgage presented the event and generously donated their cozy throw blankets for the table centerpieces, which were given away to a lucky guest at each table. The evening … [Read more...]


Thank you for presenting our Installation of the 2018 Board of Directors and the 2017 Boo Bowl!! For more information on iQ Credit Union, please visit: … [Read more...]

Please join us for the 2018 Legislative Day on January 18!

Talk to your legislators about housing issues. First time attendees are FREE! For more information, please visit: … [Read more...]

Support the Clark County Realtors Foundation!

This year, the Clark County REALTORS Foundation was able to fund grant requests from 12 non-profit organizations that are dedicated to changing the lives of disadvantaged children, families, and the elderly. This holiday season, help us raise more funds to grant more requests in 2018! Donate here! … [Read more...]

You can support the Clark County Realtors® Foundation simply by shopping at Fred Meyer!

Fred Meyer donates over $2 million per year to non-profits in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, based on where their customers tell them to give. Here’s how the program works: Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred MeyerRewards Card to the Foundation at You can search for us by our name or by our non-profit number 86791. Then, every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping us earn a donation! You still earn your Rewards … [Read more...]

Public Affairs Update – November 2017

  Welcome to Fall! By this point, you should all be aware of the Call To Action NAR has released related to Tax Reform. There have been many questions related to what the plan says and what NAR’s position is, and I wanted to take a second to clarify where we stand and why. To start, it is important to note that NAR, WR, and CCAR are all non-partisan associations. We believe in the REALTOR Party concept, allowing us the independence to align with whoever we feel best represents the interests of your business … [Read more...]

2017 Boo Bowl Raises $9,400!

  On October 27, The Clark County Realtors Foundation and CCAR Affiliate Council resurrected the classic 2017 Boo Bowl and Costume Contest, raising just over $9,400, with presenting sponsor, iQ Credit Union | Mortgage; booth sponsors: National Property Inspections and Global Security; and photo booth sponsor, Dan True.   The bowling alley was filled with creative costumes and lots of laughter when the teams took to the lanes at 1pm. There were 30 teams in total with 150 players. In case you … [Read more...]