Beth Foley

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I have been a Realtor since 1986. Ever since I became a Realtor, I was asked to give back to my industry by volunteering. In my 31 years as a Realtor, I did not know volunteering would take me to the high levels of leadership. 

I started as a committee member to Chairperson, to state Delegate, local and state officers, local President, Michigan Director to Michigan Realtors’ President (2012) to Regional Vice President at NAR (2015), to Realtor Active in Politics Award (2016). I have served on almost every committee or board one can sit on in 31 years. This includes local, state and national levels. 

I am presently NAR Region 6 RPAC Fundraising Trustee, FPC (Federal Political Coordinator for NAR, District 2), State RPAC Trustee and on the Government Affairs committee and Professional Standards Committee at WMLAR.

I believe in higher education. I have many degrees and designations. This education has made me believe in myself and has given me the expertise to succeed and be trusted with life changing decisions, purchasing real estate.  I believe in accountability and honesty with high ethics. I have been a mentor for Realtors across the state and love it.

My involvement as an FPC since 2007 taught me the importance in contributing to RPAC. I am an RPAC Hall of Famer (2013), Golden R and President’s Circle. I am sometimes called a political geek or junky.

Given my involvement, I have great knowledge and am up-to-date on the matters at the local, state and national levels. I can and do talk the policies and issues that represent Michigan and the National Association of Realtors.

The Issues facing us that you need someone to talk about are tax reform, GSE reform, attacks on short term rentals, jeopardizing state real estate deductions and MID, plus 1031 Exchanges. Our voices need to be heard at the national level and I can be that voice. The next few years will be challenging for our members and associations. I’m ready for the challenge.

Leadership is not a reward, rather a responsibility.

I ask you for this responsibility. I ask you for your support and vote.

Thank You! 


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