Board of Directors Summary

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The last three months of Board of Directors Summaries can be viewed here. For previous month summaries, please refer to that month’s newsletter.

August 10, 2017 Meeting

Action Items:

  • Directors approved a recommendation from the Lockbox Task Force to proceed with a lockbox conversion/exchange in December to upgrade to the Bluetooth boxes.
  • Directors approved a recommendation from the Leadership Development Committee outlining new criteria for the various awards presented by the association and to add a new award, Young Professional of the Year, to encourage younger members to participate with RAYAC.

Directors received reports on:

  • Directors received a report from the Community Relations Committee with updates on the Let a Realtor Light the Way digital marketing campaign and from Board liaisons on the Education, Hands on Helpers, Golf Outing, Affiliate, RAYAC Foundation, YPN, Community Relations, Program Social, Building Task Force and RPAC committees.

July 13, 2017 Meeting

Action Items:

  • Directors approved the recommendation of an Ethics Hearing Panel.
  • Directors appointed Martin Heaps to a five year term as a Legal Action Fund Trustee.
  • Directors reviewed the Association’s Financial Review and found there were no issues to address.

Directors received reports on:

  • Board of Director candidates
  • Changes to New Member Orientation – New member orientation is now one day held 8:30 am-3:30 pm on the second Friday of each month.
  • Bowl-a-thon is scheduled for August 17 at Suburban Bowlerama.

June 8, 2017 Meeting

Action Items:
Directors approved two recommendations from the Budget Finance Committee that will go into effect when we convert to Bright MLS.

  1. Reduce RAYAC’s application fee to $250.
  2. Eliminate the agent transfer fee.

Directors approved three recommendations from the MLS Committee:

  1. To send sold data to
  2. To use the Homesnap app which will allow our members to see MLS data in MRIS, TREND, Sussex and Keystone MLS.
  3. To change to our MLS Rules and Regs to allow cooperating compensation to subscribers of the other MLS systems that are going to be part of Bright as long as those MLS systems allow our members the same
    blanket compensation.

Directors approved a Building Usage Task Force.

Directors approved a new Strategic Plan.  The new mission statement is: The mission of the REALTORS® Association of York & Adams Counties is to be the advocate for real property rights, promote high standards of professionalism and support the success of our members.