Welcome to RPAC, the voice of REALTORS® on Capitol Hill.

RPAC is the REALTOR® Political Action Committee. Since 1969 RPAC has been promoting the election of pro-REALTOR® candidates across the United States. During the last federal election cycle alone, RPAC contributed over $12 million to pro-REALTOR® candidates to Congress, making it the number one trade association political action committee in the nation. Why has RPAC been successful? Because RPAC is not a charity. RPAC is a business.

You can learn more about REALTOR® PACs by clicking on the various links below:

RPAC Home Page


Political Advocacy Issues


NAR advocates on behalf of REALTORS® to foster a sound and dynamic U.S. real estate market that creates vibrant communities in which to live and work. These links will help you find more information on the issues, NAR's position, and how they affect REALTORS®, home buyers, and private property owners.

The Washington Report
Eye on Washington
NAR Government Affairs

The following links feature issues on mortgage interest deduction, short sales, government sponsored enterprises, FHA, condominium approvals, video news briefs, legislative/regulatory resources, links to the Congressional Calendar, US House Directory, US Senate Directory, The White House, US Executive Branch, and the Federal Registry.

2010 Legislative and Regulatory Accomplishments


To Learn more about total contributions by the Associations across Ohio and contributions specifically made by LGAAR members, click the links below.

2010 Ohio Association of REALTORS® (OAR) Campaign Totals by Board
2010 LGAAR Contributors

If you were a 2010 LGAAR contributor and you do not see your name on this list, please call the Office at 440.350.9000 or e-mail your name and amount to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to update your information.

REALTOR Action Center

Click here to make an RPAC Donation

RPAC funds are forwarded to the Ohio and the National REALTORS® Political Action Committees to support real estate friendly candidates running for state and national office. Contributions to RPAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.