Fiscal Cliff – What’s At Stack for Real Estate– December 14, 2012

2013 AAR Leadership Conference – December 12, 2012

NAR Director’s Report From Meeting in Orlando – November 12, 2012

Help Extend the Mortgage Forgiveness Tax Relief – Novewmber 5, 2012

Alaska Real Estate Commission Report – October 8, 2012

Obama & Romney on the Issues – October 6, 2012

REALTORS Respond to the Call For Action – Octobe 5, 2012

Helen Jarratt Named 2012 REALTOR of the Year – September 19, 2012

Will Presidential Election Affect Real Estate – August 30, 2012

Credit Union Merge Offered More Services – August 4, 2012

Alaska Real Estate Commission Report – July 17, 2012

Congress Reauthorizes Flood Insurance for 5 Years – July 7, 2012

Supreme Court Upholds Healthcare Bill – June 28, 2012

Five Projections of Where the Housing Market is Headed – June 24, 2012

End of Session Report from Juneau – June 8, 2012

Is Homemownership Still the American Dream – June 4, 2012

Congress Extends Flood Insurance – May 31, 2012

Governor Signs House Bill 267 – May 28, 2012

NAR Board of Directors Meeting Summary – May 22, 2012

Another Successful Legislative Session– April 20, 2012

New Guidelines For Short Sales Response Time – April 18, 2012

National Member Value Plus Program – April 17, 2012

Bill Passes To Clarify Real Estate Law– April 13, 2012

Alaska Real Estate Commission News – March 29, 2012

Americans More Optimistic About Housing, Economy – March 12, 2012

Alaska Joins S25 Billion Mortgage Settlement – February 16, 2012

2012 Federal Policy Priorities – February 10, 2012

What You Need To Know About The Mortgage Settlement – February 9, 2012

Homeownership Matters To The State Of The Union – January 25, 2012

Alaska Real Estate Commission Update – January 24, 2012

Voters Driven By Jobs, Housing in 2012 Election – January 14, 2012

What’s In Store For Housing in 2012 – January 2, 2012


2017 NAR Committee Recommendations

Are you or someone you know interested in serving on an NAR committee in 2017?   

The online Committee Recommendation Form on REALTOR.org will be accepting recommendations beginning on March 7th!  (Instruction documents will be available on March 1st.)  Please read the following important information regarding the Committee Recommendation Process:

Re-appointment to Committees & Continuing Terms

Committee members are NOT automatically considered for reappointmentA member currently serving on a committee, whose term expires in 2016 MUST submit a recommendation via the Online Committee Recommendation Form if he/she would like to be considered for service in 2017. 

Members who have a continuing term that expires in 2017 or 2018 do not need to submit a recommendation to remain on the committee; they will remain until the term expires.

Process for 2017 Committee Recommendation Process

The deadline for submitting committee recommendations is May 23, 2016.  All recommendations must be submitted via the online form.

Using the form, you can recommend yourself or another suitable candidate.   When submitting a recommendation you are required to include relevant comments that highlight the candidate’s skills and qualifications for the position.  All comments are confidential.

We encourage you to seek recommendations from colleagues with whom you have worked closely, in particular members of state and national leadership.

Follow these steps to access the Committee Recommendation Home Page:

1. Log-on to REALTOR.org
2. Click the “About NAR” tab at the top of the page
3. Click “Governance” in the right hand side of the page
4. Click “Committees” in the right hand side of the page
5. Click “Committee Selection Process” in the right hand side of the page
6. Click “Enter and view your committee recommendations” in the center of the page

The link below may also be used to access the recommendation form directly on REALTOR.org. http://gms.realtor.org/comrecords.nsf/comselMbrhome?readform

Things to Consider when Submitting Recommendations

Please review the committee structure, which lists each committee’s purpose statement, composition (how many members), length of term, and specific qualifications for consideration to see what committee you would best serve.  Please note that if appointed to a committee you will be expected to attend all of its meetings and serve the full length of the term.  Furthermore, please note that forums are open to all members; so recommendations need not be submitted for forums unless you are seeking the position of chair or vice chair.

The committee structure* can be found by clicking “View Committee Information” on the committee recommendation homepage (link provided above).

*Note: The content is from the current (2016) committee structure.  The 2017 committee structure will be approved at the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo in May, 2016.

Expertise Profiles

NAR’s Expertise Profile Database was designed to provide all levels of the REALTOR® family (including the Local, State and National Associations) with key information about you and your professional experience. The information that you will provide in this profile will be used as a resource in a variety of ways, including identification of members with certain expertise to serve on committees, working groups, presidential advisory groups; also, to respond to surveys about association issues, products, services etc.  

Individuals interested in serving on NAR’s committees are encouraged to create and/or update their expertise profiles.  However, they are not required. Please note:  Completing an expertise profile is NOT the same as submitting a recommendation for yourself!  If you wish to serve on a committee you still must submit a recommendation via the online Committee Recommendation Form on REALTOR.org.

To access the Expertise Profile page*:
Click “Enter Your Expertise Profile” on the committee recommendations homepage (http://gms.realtor.org/comrecords.nsf/comselMbrhome?readform)

Turn to REALTOR.org for the Latest Information

Use of electronic mail and the NAR Governance page on REALTOR.org serves as the vehicle for promoting and publicizing information related to the Committee Recommendation/Selection process.  Therefore it is imperative that you adjust your email spam filter settings so that you receive important emails from NAR.

NAR Governance Home Page*:


Committees Home Page*:


*Members need to have a REALTOR.org login and password to access these pages.  Contact Information Central at (800) 874-6500; InfoCentral@realtors.org for login and password assistance.

Contact Information

Alaska Association of REALTORS®
4205 Minnesota Drive
Anchorage, Alaska 99503

Phone (907) 563-7133
FAX (907) 561-1779
Toll-Free (800) 478-3763