Key Contacts and FPCs
Realtors meet with Representative La Rosa during GARD.
Realtors meet with Representative La Rosa during GARD.

Be the Point Person for Your State and Congressional Representatives

Build a relationship with your legislator and act as the voice of Realtors when important issues arise.

Key Contacts

Key Contacts make up our most critical advocacy team, opening the door and leading the way, serving as the direct contact to their personally assigned state legislator.

If selected, you will serve as the voice of Realtor issues at Great American Realtor Days, and all year long, for a two-year term. 

Whether you have been a Key Contact for many years, or just entering the program for the first time, the personal relationship you develop and maintain with your legislator is crucial in advancing our agenda.

Florida Realtors Key Contacts are required to complete an online field report at least twice a year, but we ask that you complete a report after each interaction with your assigned legislator or staff.

Filing a field report after each meeting alerts Florida Realtors' PAC staff that the meeting occurred and that a follow-up communication strategy may be required.

Applications for Key Contact are not currently being accepted.

For more information, contact Amy Glover, Political Activities Manager & Fundraising Specialist, at

Federal Political Coordinators

The faces and voices of the real estate industry before the United States Congress are the members who volunteer as Federal Political Coordinators (FPCs). Nominated by their state presidents and appointed by the President of NAR, they advocate policy initiatives that support a fundamentally sound and dynamic U.S. real estate market.

FPCs are chosen because of their relationships with Members of Congress, their high-caliber political work and activities within their Congressional District, or their professional background in issues of importance to the district. Each FPC serves as an educator to their Member of Congress with respect to vital issues in the real estate industry.

Applications for FPC are not currently being accepted.

For more information about the FPC role, visit NAR's FPC website.