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Some local governments adjusting to COVID again

Bucks County
BCWSA fined $450K for Clean Water Act violations

Chester County
East Goshen Township office operating at limited staffing capacity

Delaware County
Seven townships sue to stop Delco health department from taking over municipal inspections

Montgomery County
Conshohocken to consider amendments to animal control regulations

Philadelphia County
Philly’s rental assistance program is ending

 

About

What is the Suburban REALTORS® Alliance?

Established in January 1998, the roughly 13,000-member Suburban REALTORS® Alliance is a subsidiary corporation of the Bucks County Association of REALTORS® and Tri-County Suburban REALTORS® located in southeastern Pennsylvania.

The Alliance is affiliated with the Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®.

What does the Alliance do?

The mission of the Suburban REALTORS Alliance is to impact public policy for the benefit of real estate and the protection of private property rights. We work to create a healthy climate for housing, our industry and the real estate consumers we serve. The Alliance is a resource for our shareholder members, local governments and elected officials, and consumers represented by our REALTOR members.

In general, our members support real estate laws and regulations that:

  • protect fundamental property rights
  • promote uniformity in local standards and consistency in enforcement
  • avoid unnecessary duplication of existing fees, statutes or regulations.

SRA staff and members interact with state and local governments, elected officials, community groups and other interested parties. Our members focus on getting involved with their elected officials and municipal governments at the local level — in the communities where they live, work and vote. 

 What are some of the Alliance's key issues?

As a liaison between public officials and the real estate industry, we work to build our communities and ensure the availability of safe and affordable housing for all residents. Issues of special interest to our members at the local level include:

  • use and occupancy inspections and associated fees
  • property assessment procedures
  • professional disclosure
  • sign use
  • land use
  • rental property licensure
  • quality of life issues that impact small business owners
  • and other real estate-related ordinances


How can I contact the Alliance?

Visit our contact page.

 

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