COre Standards Part 2

Core standards raise bar for all, REALTOR® leaders are told

COre Standards Part 2

REALTOR® leaders listen to a discussion on Core Standards during a meeting in Washington, D.C., during the 2016 Midyear Legislative Meetings & Expo.

REALTORS® heard an update on Core Standards at the Local Leadership Idea Exchange on Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

A key message: Every member pays the same amount of dues to NAR, and it isn’t right for some members to get more out of their associations than others.

NAR launched its Core Standards program several years ago, and it outlines the essential functions REALTOR® associations had to meet to best serve their members. Those in attendance were told that standards would increase in the future.

The 2016 Midyear Legislative Meetings & Expo provides REALTOR® leaders an opportunity to discuss association policy as well as lobby lawmakers in Washington, D.C., on property rights issues.

Dan Wagner

Daniel Wagner is Senior Vice President of Government Relations for The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies. He has been a licensed real estate broker since 2004 and holds Series 7 and Series 63 Security licenses. Dan currently serves on numerous real estate industry, and governmental boards and committees. He is President of the Chicago Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) He serves on the Illinois Association of REALTORS® Board of Directors and is the Chair of the REALTOR® Political Action Committee Trustees. Dan also was recently elected Treasurer Elect for the Illinois Association of Realtors. For the National Association of REALTORS® he is the 2016 Commercial Liaison. He is also a commissioner on the DuPage Airport Authority and serves as the Chairman of the Authority’s Capital Development Committee. He is Chairman of the Greater Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce and actively involved with the Village of Oak Brook. He is also a Trustee for The Conservation Foundation. As a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, Dan has been a significant contributor and advocate for the Marketplace Fairness Act currently in debate by the U.S. Congress. Dan is also a member of the Investment Program Association’s Public Affairs Committee and part of the Real Estate Roundtable’s 1031 Like Kind Exchange Coalition. He is a board member for the Civic Federation of Chicago and active in the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, Illinois Manufacturers Association, Illinois Retail Merchants Association and the United States Chamber of Commerce. In 2014, he received the Advocacy Award from the Illinois Park and Recreation Association for his work on behalf of special needs children in his community. Dan is a longtime volunteer for the Conservation Foundation and the Wellness House as well. In 2015, the Illinois State University Political Science Department honored Dan at the University’s Annual Homecoming Alumni Event. Dan obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Illinois State University. Dan is married and has four children, three of whom are triplets.

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