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YOUR BEST INVESTMENT IN REAL ESTATE

The purpose of RPAC is clear: REALTORS® raise and spend money to elect candidates who understand and support their interests. The money to accomplish this comes from voluntary contributions made by REALTORS®. These are not members' dues; this is money given freely by REALTORS® in recognition of how important campaign fundraising is to the political process. RPAC doesn't buy votes. RPAC enables REALTORS® to support candidates that support the issues that are important to their profession and livelihood.

 

INVESTING IN THE INDUSTRY

Greater Bergen Realtors RPAC by the Numbers:

In 2019 …

3,221 members invested in RPAC for a total amount of $171,821.00.

We are the number one Association in the state of New Jersey with over 30 Major Investors! 

5 Ways RPAC Saves

$20K is the average cost to remediate lead paint at time-of-sale, a proposed regulation RPAC helped defeat

$10K is the minimum realty transfer fee increase averted on certain home sales

$4.5K is the average amount saved on median sales price of an NJ home because private transfer fees were blocked

$1.5K is the amount saved per closing because RPAC defeated a proposed sales tax on commissions

$1.2K is the amount saved through the elimination of fines for placing real estate signs in a municipality

 

Additional RPAC Resources:

How RPAC Works for You!

RPAC Major Investor Recognition & Benefits

 A Great Win for Realtors®

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INVEST IN RPAC!

 

Contributions to RPAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions are voluntary and are used for political purposes. The amounts indicated are merely guidelines and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amounts provided your contribution is within applicable contribution limits. The National Association of REALTORS® and its state and local associations will not favor or disadvantage any member because of the amount contributed or a decision not to contribute.  You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. Unless otherwise required by applicable law, any request for the refund of a contribution must be made within two (2) business days of the date on which you authorize RPAC to charge you for said contribution. Your contribution is split between National RPAC and the State PAC in your state. Contact your State Association or PAC for information about the percentages of your contribution provided to National RPAC and to the State PAC. The National RPAC portion is used to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 52 U.S.C. 30116. 

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