Apply to Serve as a TREPAC Trustee

Applications are OPEN now until December 28, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. Apply here.


  • Individual will serve a two (2) year staggered term.
  • This application is for the 2023-2024 term.

Prerequisites for serving:

  • Must be a primary SABOR member in good standing.
  • Candidate must have served on either the SABOR Government Affairs Committee or the TREPAC Committee.
  • Should not be serving on the Executive Committee as a SABOR Officer simultaneously.
  • $110 Club level investor for past two years prior to application including the year of nomination and maintain a minimum $500 investment per year as a Trustee.
  • Must be a registered voter.
  • A graduate, or a commitment to be a graduate, of the Texas REALTORS® Spokesperson Training Program.
  • Fundraising and advocacy knowledge and experience.
  • Ability to plan, implement and follow through on fundraising and administrative plans.

Duties and requirements:

  • Attend all meetings of Texas REALTORS® and TREPAC Trustees, whether called or regularly scheduled,
    and provide an update to the SABOR BOD. These meetings include:

    • Texas REALTORS® Winter Meeting (4 days) in February (mandatory)
    • New Trustee Orientation and Spokesperson Training and TREPAC Trustee Meeting (Austin)
    • During Legislative years: Trustee Meeting and REALTOR® Day at the Capitol (mandatory)
    • June TREPAC Trustee meeting (mandatory)
    • Texas REALTORS® Conference (4 days) in September – Trustee meeting (mandatory)
    • TREPAC/Government Affairs Orientation and Trustee Meeting in Austin (mandatory)
    • Optional: NAR Annual Conference (November) – highly recommended but at your own expense
  • Attend local TREPAC events.
  • Stay informed of Texas REALTORS® and NAR legislative issues.
  • Promote a positive image of the democratic process and have the ability to be non-partisan and open-minded regarding Texas REALTORS® issues and affairs.
  • Encourage political involvement and attend political functions within your district to become acquainted personally with candidates and officeholders.
  • Research information on candidates within your jurisdiction to ascertain the feeling of the associations regarding candidates and officeholders including participating in the candidate interview process.
  • Communicate with local associations, leadership, PIC, RVP’s and Texas REALTORS® staff.
  • Educate members on the value of their investment through education, communication and participation.
  • Develop rapport with the leadership and members of not only the association of responsibility, but with surrounding associations.
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