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Join a Committee

"Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer." ~ Author Unknown

SFAR committee participation is an excellent way to use your real estate experience to shape the future of SFAR and the real estate industry in San Francisco.

Participating on a committee provides you with the opportunity to test and expand your leadership skills as well as increase your professional contacts. Committee selection occurs in January of each year.  Available committees include:

  • Education
  • Event Planning
  • Global Business Council
  • Governmental Relations
  • Managers Council
  • MLS and Technology
  • Standard Forms
  • Young Professionals Network

All REALTOR® members in good standing are invited to submit their name for consideration as a member on any committee.

Click here to access the 2016 Committee Participation Form

SFAR Holiday Breakfast and Staff Appreciation


December 11 from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m.
at The Olympic Club
(599 Skyline Blvd, San Francisco 94132)
$50.00 per person | $500.00 per table of 10
Individual Tickets: click here to register on-line


Festivities include:
Delicious Breakfast at the Stunning Olympic Club

Master of Ceremonies and special guest Ray Brown

Personal greeting from Santa Claus

Music by Dorian Sarris

Sing-along with Ric Rocchiccioli, and

A performance by the St. Gabriel’s Crooners


Charitable Giving:

Attendees are requested to participate in charitable giving by bringing a household item (kitchen and/or bath) for the Welcome Home Project, which provides household goods to formerly homeless individuals who will be moving into a home in San Francisco. 

Please Note: All types of denim clothing are prohibited on the Olympic Club premises. The use of cell phones is also prohibited on Club property. 



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Take Action Today to Oppose the Mortgage Tax!


If it walks like a duck,
it's a duck.


And if Congress calls a tax a “fee,”
it’s still a tax.


Congress is trying to tax homebuyers to pay for the new transportation bill by creating a new mortgage tax and disguising it as a “fee.” But it’s a tax, pure and simple.

The Senate recently passed a long-term transportation funding bill, and included a new tax on mortgages to pay for it, calling it a “fee.”  This "fee" for highways burdens homebuyers for something not AT ALL related to their mortgage. 


Take Action Today to Oppose the Mortgage Tax!


Click here to learn more, take action and spread the word:

Stop the Housing Tax for Transportation


Congress is considering a proposal that would create a tax on all potential homeowners and consumers looking to purchase or refinance a mortgage.

By increasing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s credit risk guarantee fees (g-fees) to fund transportation programs, Congress would disturb the housing recovery. Now is not the time to raise the cost to purchase or refinance a home.

NAR strongly believes that taxing homeowners to pay for transportation programs places an unnecessary long-term burden on consumers and this action will disproportionately impact low and moderate income borrowers, as well as first-time homebuyers. 

Tell Congress to stop taxing homeowners to fund transportation projects.


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