CCIM Institute provides relevant legislative news and supporting resources to protect members' businesses. Federal, state, and local laws impact the typical commercial real estate practitioner on a daily basis.
Track the status of bills state-by-state that affect the commercial real estate industry.
Each spring CCIM Institute members travel to Washington, D.C., to meet with their federal congressional representatives and make sure their voices are heard on issues that impact commercial real estate.
The CCIM Institute publishes annual updates of the legislative and public policy positions for chapter presidents, legislative chairpersons, and interested members. Chapters are encouraged to use this information as a guide for monitoring legislative issues and to promote member participation in state, local, and federal legislative matters.
The CCIM Federal Advocacy Center allows you to directly advocate for legislative issues critical to commercial real estate and includes a legislator look-up to easily identify your elected officials.
CCIM Institute members are eligible to contribute to RPAC - the REALTORS® Political Action Committee. Since 1969, RPAC has promoted pro-REALTOR® candidates across the U.S. During the last federal election cycle alone, RPAC contributed more than $12 million to pro-REALTOR® congressional candidates, ranking as the nation's No. 1 trade association political action committee. RPAC is not only powerful, but also bipartisan. Political party is not a criteria - RPAC supports candidates who support REALTORS®. In addition to direct contributions, RPAC distributes political information to REALTOR® members across the country, including CCIM Institute members, encouraging them to vote for REALTOR®-supported candidates. RPAC is your best investment in preserving the right to own real estate and protecting our industry.
Briefing papers have explained how national and state laws and regulations affect your business. Written and researched by CCIM's legislative staff, briefing papers have provided background information on key issues. Find our archive of briefing papers here.