In November 2016 WeMAR sent the first of several letters to HOAs and community associations whose governing documents contained language making certain association/community fees mandatory. Our letter notified these communities the language contained in their […]
The Congressional Conference Committee, chaired by Texas Congressman Kevin Brady, released their report/final bill. The report contains the bill and an explanation/synopsis. The explanation begins on page 510 of the document. If you or your […]
No more Government Affairs Committee! That is just one of the changes coming in 2018. @wemargad We have re-thought committees, our interactions with local governments, other businesses and property owners. And we have thought of […]
WeMAR member and Board of Director, Mandy Neat, is Avondale’s newest Planning & Zoning Commissioner. She was sworn in last night, November 20, 2017. Mandy and her daughters led the Pledge of Allegiance at the […]
The analysts @NARGovtAffairs have produced video as they discuss concerns and consequences of the Tax Reform discussion.
Help @NARGovtAffairs impact and influence the Tax Reform conversation. If you signed up to receive Call for Action alerts from NAR (text or email), you recently received one that might have confused you. I received […]
Last Thursday, September 21st, AAR held their Industry Partners Conference. This year there were over 340 participants. If you have never been to this event, you are missing out. Make sure you register next year. […]
Yesterday’s WeMAR Government Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) meeting was a lot of fun. Members discussed Sign Ordinance issues in Surprise, Goodyear and Peoria. WeMAR members are actively addressing the “No A-Frame” issue in Surprise […]