FCBR’s REALTOR & Consumer Advocacy Department helps to ensure the success of our members via the 4 “I’s”- Involvement, Investment, Information, & Influence. Our Advocacy efforts are predicated on meaningful Community Involvement, Investment in key organizations, trustworthy local real estate Information, and effective Influence on local public policy.

Key committees/task forces of this department include Government Affairs, REALTOR® Political Action Committee, Future of Housing Community Foundation, Linda Norton Good Neighbor Scholarship Fund, & Monthly Market Information.

To learn more about this department and its related activities please contact Department Director Clint Skutchan at 970-402-0852 or clint@fcbr.org.


CALL TO ACTION! Reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)

CALL TO ACTION   Reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) needs your help to drive messages to Members of Congress urging them to support H.R. 2874, “The 21st Century Flood Reform Act.” More information: Key Talking Points HR 2874 Bill Summary on Congress.gov NAR Section-By-Section Analysis of HR … Continued

FCBR Events

Future of Housing (RPAC) Fundraising Celebration

Join us as we celebrate FCBR’s annual efforts to support our Future of Housing in Fort Collins via our RPAC fundraising. For every dollar that FCBR raises via this campaign we have used $2.35 in resources over the past 5 years. So this is a great time and a great investment in your business. This … Continued

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FCBR Efforts Lead to Balanced Development Fee Increases on Housing

Update: Following months of outreach and efforts by FCBR and our business coalition partners the City Council adopted three of four proposed development fees at their June 6th Council session. The Council adopted an option that included a significantly lower level of impact to housing that what was originally proposed in October of 2016. FCBR … Continued

Council to Create Path to U+2 Performance Review

Fort Collins’ City Council on June 6th provided direction to City Staff to prepare a scope of study for the U+2 Ordinance. This action came nearly a year after leaders from FCBR ask Council to conduct a ten year performance review of the Occupancy Ordinance with a focus on impacts to neighborhood quality of life … Continued

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