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2023 Advocacy Impact Day

IREM AID goes back to Washington

By Journal of Property Management
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IREM’s Advocacy Impact Day offers members an opportunity to learn about the issues affecting the real estate management industry and how to meet with their federal legislators to continue advocating for meaningful change.

IREM’s Advocacy Impact Day offers members an opportunity to learn about the issues affecting the real estate management industry and how to meet with their federal legislators to continue advocating for meaningful change.
After two years, IREM is returning to Washington, D.C., for Advocacy Impact Day (AID)! Join us in person on March 28–29 as we come together to communicate the vital issues affecting the real estate management profession to U.S. legislators and their staff. By participating, you’ll serve as an expert in the field and advocate for our industry. Plus, you’ll help us elevate the profession that we love, network with other IREM members, and meet with elected officials.

“For the last two years, we’ve had to conduct our event virtually, which has been great, but it will be so exciting to be back in person with our colleagues,” said Renee Savage, CPM®, CCIM, 2023 IREM President. She continued, “Not only will we build relationships, but we’ll also educate lawmakers on important issues directly affecting our industry.”

IREM’s Advocacy Impact Day offers members an opportunity to learn about the issues affecting the real estate management industry and how to meet with their federal legislators to continue advocating for meaningful change.

Events for the AID will begin on the afternoon of March 28 at an orientation. Since the National Association of REALTORS® D.C. office is currently under renovation, we will have our orientation at Clyde’s of Gallery Place located at 707 7th St NW, Washington, D.C. Features of the training will include how to conduct successful meetings with legislators, high-priority issues to discuss, and how to navigate the Capitol. The next day, IREM members will head to the Hill and meet with their federal representatives.

Meeting with our lawmakers is critical for the future health and growth of the industry, and IREM is streamlining the process to make your voice heard. Participating in the AID allows members to:

  • Learn about the issues impacting the real estate management industry and how to help shape them
  • Build relationships with legislators that will only increase in value over time
  • Speak directly to the people with the power to change laws and regulations about issues that matter to you, your business, and the clients you represent
  • Gain valuable exposure and experience
  • Be part of something bigger than yourself

“The excitement of going back to D.C. will be palpable,” said Kevin Logue, CPM®, of Orlando, FL, IREM’s Advocacy Committee Chair. “Members will once again be able to walk the halls of Congress and establish new connections or deepen existing relationships with their federal legislators.”

Journal of Property Management

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