MIBOR Committees

MIBOR Committees

Committee Information

MIBOR Committees support MIBOR’s mission and are great way to get involved and make a difference in your industry. If you have passion and expertise that could help MIBOR REALTOR® Association empower members and strengthen the marketplace in central Indiana, we want you! Below are our standing 2022 committees and their staff liaison. If any pique your interest, follow the link to apply.

Committee applications for 2023 are open now and are due by October 14, 2022. Applications received after October 14, 2022 will be considered for the following year.

Committee Application 

BLC® Listing Service Technology Committee

This committee reviews, evaluates and recommends technology solutions regarding possible integrations into the BLC® Listing Service. Committee generally meets on an “As Needed” basis.

BLC® Listing Service Policy Committee

This committee reviews and recommends BLC® Listing Service policy including Rules & Regulations, Policy Manual and Field Handbook. Committee members generally meet the second Friday of odd months at 2pm-4pm.

MIBOR Economic and community Development COUNCIL

The Economic and Community Development Council is an advising body of the MIBOR REALTOR® Association made up of dedicated REALTOR® members who represent the broader geography contained with the MIBOR service area. The purpose of the Council is to evaluate and guide investments that contribute to a more efficient marketplace and strengthen communities in central Indiana.

Staff Liaison: Maddie Rastetter

MIBOR Finance Committee

This committee monitors the financial well-being and budget of MIBOR REALTOR® Association. Committee generally meets on the last Monday of each month , 9am – 11am.

Staff Liaison: Dwayne McCoy

MIBOR Grievance Committee 

This committee provides the initial review of ethics complaints and arbitration requests, ensuring those that qualify for a hearing are forwarded to the Professional Standards Committee.

Staff Liaison: Mary Burke

MIBOR Professional Standards Committee

This committee is available to serve as hearing panelists to hear ethics and arbitration complaints. Hearing Panel Chairs make recommendations to the Board of Directors on policy matters affecting Professional Standards and professionalism.

Staff Liaison: Tracy Nierste

MIBOR risk reduction Committee

This committee facilitates the discussion and awareness of risk while determining areas of risk and related potential legal liability facing members. Committee members must have 2 years of real estate experience. Committee members generally meet quarterly and hold a 3-year term.

Staff Liaison: Pat Cline

MIBOR diversity, equity and inclusion committee

This committee helps to ensure the success of MIBOR in achieving its related strategic priorities outlined in the Strategic Plan regarding DEI. Committee members must be an active member for at least 6 months prior to serving. Committee members meet monthly and serve a 3-year term.  

Staff Liaison: Jeanette Langford

MIBOR REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) Trustees

This committee monitors local issues and ordinances that may impact housing or the real estate industry. In addition, this committee interviews and endorses candidates that support our issues including but not limited to: your profession, homeownership, economic development and quality of life.

Staff Liaison: Lacey Everett

MIBOR NextGen Committee

This committee helps rising members excel by giving them resources and encouragement to become involved in leadership, networking, and community. Committee members generally meet the first Monday of each month.

Staff Liaison: Jake Wheatley