Advocate with MBA’s State Relations Initiative
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Understanding the importance of advocacy, MBA actively partners with associations across the country to address issues relevant to the real estate finance industry. This approach not only offers state groups greater participation in national issue campaigns but also gives them the opportunity to take credit for their advocacy contributions in state member recruitment.
Empower Your Association by Coming to Washington, DC!
MBA's State and Local Workshop is a unique opportunity for all the associations involved to learn from each other, share operational best practices and align their agendas for the year ahead. Many opt to stay and attend MBA's National Advocacy Conference (NAC), the largest and only advocacy event focused solely on real estate finance issues. Special discount pricing is available to those who register for both conferences.
The Mortgage Action Alliance (MAA) Can Help Your Association
MAA is MBA's free tool for industry engagement. It can also be used to focus on state and event local issues. See how your association can employ MAA and serve your state's advocacy priorities.
MBA State Legislative and Regulatory Resource Center
This resource center serves as a central repository for MBA's state and local information and documents, including issue briefs and larger issue white papers, to issue-specific web pages and key public policy web site links. The Resource Center's many tools are designed to help state and local associations in providing value to their members.
Looking for a Specific Piece of State Legislation? Check Out MBA’s Database!
MBA's State Legislative Database is a powerful tool MBA members and local associations can use to review and keep track of any bill introduced in any legislature at any time. To learn more, contact Krystal Thomas or login directly via the link below.
Need to Engage the Industry or Discuss a State Issue?
MBA's State Legislative and Regulatory Committee (SLRC) focuses on state legislation and regulation related to the real estate finance industry. This MBA member-only committee is an excellent way for state and local associations to help direct industry attention on their issues. Follow the link below to learn more about the committee. Questions? Contact Kobie Pruitt.