Have a voice. Join a committee.
DMAR Committees are issue-focused teams of dedicated members that help guide and drive our Association. With expertise and commitment, they help address issues to achieve common goals. Joining a committee is the best way for members to assume leadership positions within DMAR, connect with other members, participate in public outreach and stay informed.
Community Alliance Committee: Advocates diversity in our communities by cultivating awareness and inclusiveness through representation, education and outreach.
District Coordinating Committees: Develops opportunities for members in specific districts (North, West, South/East, Central and Douglas Elbert) to facilitate networking and programing of local interests. Learn more here.
Government Affairs Committee: Identifies and studies issues of concern to the real estate industry and develops policy positions for consideration by the Board of Directors. The committee ensures that DMAR works with elected officials and community leaders to keep the real estate market and industry healthy. Learn more here.
Industry Partner Leadership Committee: Provide oversight and plan activities that will create opportunities for Industry Partners to develop business relationships within the real estate industry. Promote sponsorship opportunities in DMAR programs and events. Partner with other DMAR committees to support or host events and/or community service activities.
Market Trends Committee: The DMAR Market Trends Committee provides timely, consistent and relevant monthly summaries of valuable local real estate market statistical data for both its members and the general public. Statistics from the “Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report” provide data for the following counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Elbert, Gilpin, Jefferson and Park. Source of the reported data is REcolorado. Learn more here.
Professional Standards Committee: Listens to and resolves ethics complaints and requests for arbitration. The committee members are trained to take an active role in the enforcement of the Code of Ethics in addition to learning the benefits and applications of mediation.
Young Professionals Network: Provides opportunities for members under the age of 40 to network, seek educational opportunities, and come together for special events or community service projects. Learn more here.