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Advocacy? But what does that really mean?

REALTORS® are constantly facing forces from many directions that threaten their profession. Threats to housing incentives and programs, increased regulations, lack of available financing and inventory shortages are only a few of the issues that REALTORS® confront every day.

Washington REALTORS® work on your behalf so that you can practice real estate with the assurance that someone is protecting you and your clients. Want to see how we accomplish this? Come to our conferences, fundraisers, Capital Hill visits and more. There are plenty of opportunities for networking, too. Get involved in advocacy related committees.  These committees are full of hard-working, dedicated individuals with the single goal of protecting REALTORS® & their clients.   

Want to be a part of one of these committees? Contact Amy Davis at (800) 562-6024 x 118 or

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Government Affairs News

  • A Successful Legislative Day Event


    Over 500 REALTORS® adorned with “Unlock the Door for Affordable Homeownership” scarves converged on Olympia for the Washington REALTORS® Legislative Day event.

  • Legislative Day Registration is Open!


    Registration for 2019 Legislative Day is now open. Join us for two amazing days of defending our industry in Olympia while enjoying a networking opportunity with hundreds of other REALTORS® from across the state.

  • REALTORS® attend Fair Housing Proclamation Signing


    To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act of 1968, REALTORS® advocated for and attended the signing of the Fair Housing Act Resolution.

  • Realtors®, Property Owners Get Good News


    More than 500 Washington REALTORS® from across the state received some exciting news when they were in Olympia recently visiting state legislators during their annual Legislative Day. More than 120 of those REALTORS® were first-time attendees who were thrilled to be advocates on an amazing day at our state’s Capital!

  • Broker Alert – Hirst Water Supply Legislation Passes


    Broker Alert - On January 19, 2018, the Legislature passed SB 6091, which was immediately signed into law by Governor Inslee. This legislation reversed the State Supreme Court’s October 2016 Hirst & Futurewise v. Whatcom County water rights/Growth Management Act decision.

  • Good News on Hirst!


    The Governor has signed SB6091, a REALTOR® supported bill written to fix the State Supreme Court’s Hirst Growth Management Act decision regarding water availability for new private wells.