Make a difference in the real estate industry!
Our volunteers are the heart of ORRA, helping to carry out ORRA's mission and vision.
As a committee volunteer, you can directly contribute to the success of your association, your profession, and your industry. You can also build your professional network in the process.
Committee Application Process
At the end of each year, we seek members for appointment to our more than 20 committees, task forces, councils, and forums for the coming year.
Our application period for 2018 committee service has closed. However, some committee placements are available throughout the year.
For more information about a committee or the committee appointment process, please contact Carole Burgess,
administration coordinator, at CaroleB@orlandorealtors.org
Organizes, plans, and implements the association's awards and recognitions programs. Prerequisite: at least one year of ORRA committee service.
Budget and Finance Committee
Provides oversight of financial and budgetary aspects of the association’s operations.
Bylaws and Policy Committee
Reviews association governing documents to ensure they remain current to Florida Real Estate Commission, Florida REALTORS®, and National Association of REALTORS® rules.
Oversees the communications efforts of the association, including internal and external messages.
Community Relations Committee
Encourages member participation in community projects, organizes activities and events with the Foundation, and provides additional opportunities for service.
Governmental Affairs Committee
Tracks real estate legislation and regulations, participates in public meetings, and communicates with local officials. Handles RPAC fundraising through RPAC Subcommittee.
Receives ethics complaints and arbitration requests and determines whether or not hearings are warranted. (Mandatory training will be held on February 16, 2018 from 9 am to noon.)
Bears responsibility for the association’s activities related to investing and asset allocation.
Member Services Committee
Provides guidance regarding membership policies, represents the needs of the general membership, and addresses development issues.
To develop and make recommendations to the Board of Directors concerning issues and policies related to the operation of MFRMLS.
Professional Standards Committee
Conducts hearings on alleged unethical conduct by members or in arbitration of business disputes. (Mandatory training will be held on February 16, 2018 from 9 am to noon.) Prerequisite: Minimum of 3 years' service on Grievance Committee.
Brings Affiliate members together to develop programs and opportunities that foster REALTOR®-Affiliate networking opportunities.
Independent Small Brokers Council Operations Committee
Coordinates council activities, including gathering broker input on industry issues and planning events.
Professional Development Forum
Seeks to improve REALTOR® professionalism and productivity via educational programming suitable for all segments of the membership.
Global Real Estate Council of Orlando Operations Committee
Plans council programs and events to increase members' international real estate transactions.
Orlando Regional Commercial Council Operations Committee
Plans continuing education and networking forums to enhance REALTOR success in commercial business.
Young Professionals Network Operations Committee
Develops programs and events to help young real estate pros excel by providing tools and support via mentors, networking, and community service.
ORRA Task Forces
Facilities Task Force
Oversees the physical assets of the association and reviews bids for maintenance repairs, improvements, and furnishings. It also recommends expenditures.