The Fort Hood Association of REALTORS® is guided by the Board of Directors and specially formed committees in order to achieve it's organizational goals in the most efficient manner possible.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® is also made up of various specially formed committees that are used to advise the Board of Directors. If you feel you could be an asset to the association, please see the various committees below.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® Executive Committee handles the overall administration, structure, staffing and documentation (e.g. constitution, mission) that guides the organization. Most bylaws allow the Executive Committee to make emergency decisions and to take care of issues that arise between board meetings. The executive committee is usually composed of the elected officers plus one or two key leaders — for example, the past president or the chairman of the convention committee.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® Finance Committee oversees the treasury of the organization, as well as its financial instruments, budgets, controls and reports. It is often chaired by the elected treasurer. It should submit a proposed annual budget for board approval and may undertake fundraising projects.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® MLS Committee oversees the organization's Multiple Listing Service, which shall be subject to the Bylaws of the Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® and such rules and regulations as may be hereinafter adopted.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® Technology Committee refers to the communication network developed by the organization to keep members and prospects abreast of the organization’s activities. It maintains the website, newsletters, magazines and other communication tools that reach members and prospects.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® Government Affairs Committee reviews proposed laws and rules, taking timely action to support or oppose issues that affect the organization and the profession. It organizes efforts to block unfavorable regulations and support favorable laws in state agencies and in legislature, and often retains a professional lobbyist.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® Education Committee takes responsibility for meetings sponsored by the organization. With the assistance of staff, the committee should plan cost effective, profitable events that further the professional goals of the organization’s membership.
The Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS® Nominations and Elections Committee reviews and makes recommendations about individuals who are qualified and willing to serve on the board of directors. It ensures that the organization continues to operate smoothly during transitions of the organization’s elected officials, and may be asked to present written and verbal reports to the membership.