The PAR Office will be closed on Monday, May 31st in observation of Memorial Day. We will reopen for normal business hours on Tuesday, May 31st.
Consent To Serve Forms Are Now Available
Consent to Serve forms are now available for members interested in running for either a 2017 Officer or Director position! Simply click here to secure your copy. Potential candidates must, at a minimum, have been a member for three years and not have been found guilty of an Ethics violation within that timeframe.
Please note the following key points about the Consent to Serve forms and nomination process:
- All prospective candidates for either an officer or director position, including those who may choose to be nominated from the floor, must submit a Consent to Serve form and be interviewed by the Nominating Committee.
- The Nominating Committee is scheduled to interview candidates on June 13, 2016 beginning at 9 a.m.
- In order to provide adequate time to duplicate applications and schedule interviews, we would like to receive all Consent to Serve forms at PAR by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8, 2016.
- Forms received after June 8, 2016 will still be accepted; however priority consideration for interview scheduling will be given to applications received on or before that date.
- Please either fax (850-432-2615) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) completed forms to Laurie Moritz at PAR. Once submitted, please call Laurie (850-434-5507) to verify PAR has received your form.
2016 Community Relations Committee Manna Food Drive
June Code of Ethics & A Movie Registration Is Now Open!
2016 RPAC King & Queen Contest Has Returned!
DFS Clarifies Title Insurance Ruling
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Feb. 11, 2016 – Florida Realtors® received an update on a ruling this week regarding payment of estoppel certificate fees.
Earlier this week, Florida Realtors reported on a Florida Department of Financial Services (DFS) ruling that prepayment for estoppel certificates prepared by community associations – condominiums and HOAs – is an unlawful inducement to the placement of title insurance. The information was included in a letter from the Florida Division of Agent and Agency Services. Click here to continue reading.