Troxel Realty Co., LLC
Review, propose, adopt and amend the MLS Rules and Regulations, and propose fees and fines subject to review and approval of the Board of Directors. Evaluate and enhance the computer system. Monitor and update standard forms as needed. Keep the Association aware and informed of changes in technology that will allow members to compete effectively and efficiently in our real estate market, and oversees major changes to the website.
Director Liaison: Jim Criteser
Office: 269-962-5193 Fax: 269-962-5404
Pearse Realty Inc.
Guard and promote the interests of the real estate industry before all legislative bodies (Federal, State and Local) and perform other duties pertaining to legislation affecting real property and the licensing act.
Director Liaison: Esther Leonard
The Professional Development Committee will upgrade the educational content offered, facilitate the growth and perception of the real estate profession, and promote the importance of the standards set forth in the REALTOR® Code of Ethics.
Director Liaison: Robin Cunningham
Re/Max Perrett Associates
Participate in civic affairs and promote real estate as a profession to improve REALTOR® public image. Review financial gift requests and make recommendations regarding same to the Board of Directors. Plan the social events, including arranging for a facility, menus, band, establishing prices and programs, all with the approval of the Board of Directors.
Director Liaison: Mike Mankerian
To increase membership, expand member benefits, and maintain BCAAR Bylaws consistent with MAR and NAR guidelines that establish and clarify our Association Policies.
Director Liaison: Mark Miller
The role of the Grievance Committee is to review ethics complaints and arbitration requests (i.e., grievances) and to provide a preliminary review and screening process. Committee members are required to attend MR Professional Standards Training every two years. The Committee shall meet at least annually to review updates to the REALTOR Code of Ethics and any other changes in policy or procedures related to Grievance/Professional Standards.
Director Liaison: Bill Thompson
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
This committee conducts a full due process hearing with sworn testimony, witnesses and evidence to hear matters of alleged unethical conduct or arbitration as requested. Only those cases warranted by the Grievance Committee shall be heard. Committee members are required to attend MR Professional Standards Training every two years. The Committee shall meet at least annually to review updates to the REALTOR Code of Ethics and any other changes in policy or procedures related to Grievance/Professional Standards.
Director Liaison: Bill Hanner
RE/MAX Perrett Associates
Develop and prepare the Association’s annual financial budget. Evaluate financial requests and make recommendation to the Board of Directors. Expand on current non-dues income items, partner with other BCAAR Committees to complete tasks, partner with other associations and organizations to complete tasks, establish committee directed task forces, as needed, to develop ways to institute new revenue sources, focus on long term sources of income rather than short, quick ones and refrain from creating new income sources that take away business from current members and affiliates.
Director Liaison: James Criteser
These members serve as BCAAR representatives in the following Western Michigan regional committees:
Western Michigan Regional Specifications Committee
Western Michigan Regional Managers Committee
Western Regional Forms committee
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