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Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors®

Senate Passes Extension of the National Flood Insurance Program

The Senate has passed an extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Thank you to all who took action on this issue, which affects real estate transactions in more than 20,000 communities across the United States. Your efforts helped ensure that the NFIP did not lapse. Congress received over 422,000 emails (House and Senate messages) in support of extending NFIP, and that effort paid off!


Are you a Democrat? Republican? Independent? We’ve got you covered! We are the REALTOR® Party, which means we advocate for REALTORS® and the real estate issues that benefit you. The REALTOR® Party is non-partisan in its selection of candidates, focusing on the people and policies that are best for your business regardless of party affiliation.

What is RPAC?

The REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) is your opportunity to invest in the future of your business.

On local, state, and federal levels, RPAC funds support:

  • The election of REALTOR®-friendly candidates
  • Grassroots campaigns that advocate for laws and regulations that affect your business

We are one of the strongest advocacy organizations in the nation for one reason: we have the best members. In politics there are players and bench warmers. Investing in RPAC makes us players.

Elected officials continue to bring forth ideas such as:

  • BANNING All Signs in the Public Right-of-Way
  • MANDATING Tests on Homes Before they are Sold
  • INCREASING Recordation Taxes & Property Taxes on Homes
  • CAPPING the Federal Mortgage Interest Deduction
  • Making REALTORS® LIABLE for Shoddy Construction by Contractors
  • EXPANDING Rent Control & TOPA (Tenant Opportunity to Purchase) Rights

An investment in your REALTOR® Party (RPAC) fights and protects the interests of you, your clients, and your business!

Brochure - RPAC's Got You Covered

Support the REALTOR® Party

  • VOTE for REALTOR® Party Candidates
  • ACT on REALTOR® Party Issues