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"The mission of Texas REALTORS® Political Action Committee (TREPAC) is to raise and disburse funds to promote home ownership, protect real property rights, and increase political awareness."

- Texas REALTORS, What is TREPAC?

What is TREPAC?

TREPAC backs local, state, and national candidates and elected officials who have a proven track record of protecting private-property rights, preserving the dream of homeownership, and supporting the vitality of the real estate industry.

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TREPAC Accomplishments

2023 - Historic Property Tax Reform
Provided an $18 billion property tax relief package that included a $100,000 homestead exemption, $12 billion to buy down local school tax rates, and a pilot prpogram to impact appraised values targeted toward rental housing and small businesses.

2023 - Broadband Fund
Allowed more Texans across the state to access high-speed internet advancing educational and work opportunities in rural Texas.

2021 - HOA Reform
Provides Texans with a clear understanding of their communities’ management structures and practices: including a cap on resale certificate fees, increased transparency in HOA management, and better due process to resolve disputes.

2021 - Flood Disclosure for Tenants
Requires landlords to provide a flood disclosure notice before a lease is signed.

2019 - Ended Forced Annexation
Requires a municipality seeking to annex an area into its limits to hold an election for the affected residents to decided whether they wish to be annexed.

2019 - Supported legislation giving taxpayers more information about how tax rates are set and how to engage in the rate-setting process. Changed the rollback rate for most cities and counties from 8% to 3.5% and require voter approval to exceed the rollback rate.

2015 - Passed a constitutional amendment to ban any tax on real estate transfers and increase the homestead exemption to $25,000 in one motion.

2015 - Revised the property appraisal process to ensure equal and uniform property valuation.

How Do I Invest in TREPAC?

Aside from voluntary investment during your REALTOR® dues billing, you can also invest in TREPAC by participating in one of our fundraising events. These are great opportunities to have fun, network, and contribute to a worthy cause.

Every dollar you invest during a TREPAC event goes towards supporting REALTOR® friendly officials at the local, state, and national levels.

Each year, GDWCAR recognizes investors at the following levels for their commitment to TREPAC: the $110 Club, the $250 Lone Star Statesman, $500 Capitol Club, $1,000 Sterling R, $2500 Crystal R, and $5000 Golden R.

Texas REALTORS® Political Advocacy

Together, the more than 120,000 members of Texas REALTORS® work to ensure a great environment for Texans to purchase, sell, and own real estate without unnecessary burdens and costs. Consumers can also join this effort!

NAR Political Advocacy

NAR supports the Fair Housing Act's requirement that new multi-family housing be accessible to persons with disabilities. NAR believes that any visitability policy should be defined as voluntary.


Defending, Promoting, Protecting Homeownership, Property Rights, and vitality of the real estate industry!

TREPAC is a non-partisan political action committee that supports federal, state, and local candidates who demonstrate their support of private property rights, homeownership, and the real estate profession.

TREPAC is a completely voluntary, nonprofit organization that ensures the REALTOR® voice is heard in Congress and at the State Capitol. TREPAC Membership consists of REALTORS® and others interested in protecting the free rights of property ownership.

If real estate is your profession, politics is your business. And no one protects the real estate industry and your bottom line like TREPAC-Texas REALTORS® Political Action Committee.


There is no other organization that collectively stands and fights for private property rights, other than the REALTORS®. Be proud, as it has taken many years and the work many fellow REALTORS® to protect that right in North Texas.

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Getting involved in TREPAC helps you become more educated on the issues affecting your industry. However, there are many rules and regulations you must follow if you will be fundraising on behalf of the PAC.


Connect with TREPAC

Text “TREPAC” to 512-806-0316 to receive periodic updates on issues important to you

Texas REALTORS® Supports

Discover local candidates in local races who are backed by TREPAC.

TREPAC Disclaimer

Contributions are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions to the Texas REALTORS® Political Action Committee (TREPAC) and the Texas Association of REALTORS® Federal Political Action Committee (TAR FedPAC)—which makes contributions to the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC)—are voluntary and may be used for political purposes. The amount indicated is merely a guideline, and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amount. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal, and the National Association of REALTORS®, Texas REALTORS®, and its local associations will not favor or disadvantage anyone because of the amount contributed. Until the RPAC annual goal is met, 70% of an individual’s contribution goes to TREPAC and may be used to support state and local candidates; the remaining 30% is sent to TAR FedPAC to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 52 U.S.C. 30116. (Exception: 100% of an individual’s contribution goes to TREPAC if the individual is an employee of an affiliate member of Texas REALTORS®.) After the RPAC annual goal is met, 100% of an individual’s contribution goes to TREPAC and may be used to support state and local candidates. You may contact the Texas REALTORS® political committee administrator at 800-873-9155 to obtain information about your contributions.

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