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Matrix Reports


Leadership would like to THANK YOU for all your hard work and dedication to C.A.R.'s REALTOR® Action Fund programs! To keep you informed on how your local Association is doing at the various levels, please take the opportunity to review and print the various REALTOR® Action Fund reports listed below:

RAF Voluntary Contributors Report:   This report can be pulled from Aristotle AI360


RAF Participation Matrix - 2019 Goal is 19%:  (Please see 2018 Recap below for Final Numbers)  Click here to view your current participation and if applicable, how many RAF contributors your local association needs to reach 19%.  The Matrix will be updated monthly with data received by the 15th of each month.  C.A.R. must receive both the contributions and a list of the contributors on or before the 15th of each month to be included in the monthly update.


2018 Recap
Please click here to review the final 2018 matrix and see what level your RAA split will be for 2019. [Please note: Data in (parenthesis) = # of contributors over goal!] 

Below is an overall snapshot of the 2019 RAA splits:
03 local associations - 10% Allocation - Below 12% rate for 2018 
32 local associations - 30% Allocation - 12% or higher, but below the 19% goal for 2018 
22 local associations - 32% Allocation - Met the 19% goal for 2018
45 local associations - 35% Allocation - 5% or more above the 19% goal for 2018 


 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact C.A.R. staff, Lisa Edwards at 916.492.5211/email: lisae@car.org or Allan Atienza at 213.739.8254/email: allana@car.org


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