July 10, 2019
Upon motion by Rob Hess, second by Greg Bardell, the minutes of the June 12, 2019 Directors’ Meeting were approved.
The Directors reviewed Association updates from Bright MLS, including upcoming changes to the Hot-Sheet and Market Watch reports, as well as the recent Homesnap integration.
The Communications Committee reported meeting but required no action.
The Directors reviewed membership statistics and staff presented the new member applications, indicating they have all been completed in full with everyone applying for an appropriate classification of membership. Upon motion by Ferne Silberman, second by Mike Julian, the Directors approved the new members.
The Association’s Treasurer’s Report, as well as the Real Estate School Report, were reviewed; and upon motion by Mike Julian, second by Ferne Silberman, they were accepted.
The Directors received the Annual Report from the Community Action Partnership (CAP) and an update regarding NAR’s participation in the Moehrl lawsuit. The Directors also reviewed communications from NAR’s Legislative Meetings and an update on the current status of Association Health Plans (AHP) and flood insurance legislation.
The Directors reviewed the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Knick vs. Township of Scott case which declared that plaintiffs may proceed directly to federal court rather than having to litigate cases involving a “Municipal Taking” at the local or state level first.
The Directors reviewed information on Upstream’s recent decision to provide data to technology vendors and a report by the WAV Group citing iBuyers as home flippers.
The Directors received a status report on the venues being considered for the 2020 Banquet, as well as a meeting between Supra personnel and the Users Group in PA regarding additional application programming and eKey marketing.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.
NOTE: These minutes have not yet been approved by the LCAR Directors; corrections will follow, if necessary.