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What is TREPAC?

You’ve probably heard the term TREPAC, but do you know what it stands for? TREPAC is the Texas Real Estate Political Action Committee. A voluntary, nonprofit, unincorporated group, TREPAC’s membership is built of REALTORS® and other interested parties who share a common goal of protecting and preserving private property rights.


As a political action committee, TREPAC complies with all federal and state campaign contribution laws. TREPAC receives voluntary investments which are used to support candidates for federal, state and local offices. Selected candidates have shown their support for protecting private property rights and promoting a healthy real estate environment.

If real estate is your profession, then politics is your business. TREPAC fights hard to ensure your interests are protected and guarded on the local, state and national level.

TREPAC is the muscle that stands behind the advocacy efforts of the Texas Association of REALTORS® (TAR) and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Help advocate for REALTOR® interests by making your investment in TREPAC.

Disclaimer: Federal law prohibits soliciting from individuals who are not REALTORS® or CTCAR members. Information disseminated in the public domain about TREPAC might be considered a solicitation, therefore investments received from non-REALTOR®/CTCAR members through this online campaign will be returned.

 Contributions are not deductible for Federal income tax purposes.  Contributions to the Texas Association of REALTORS® Political Action Committee (TREPAC), the Texas Association of REALTORS® Federal Political Action Committee (TAR FedPAC), and the REALTOR® Political Action Committee (RPAC) are voluntary and may be used for political purposes.  The amount indicated is merely a guideline, and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amount.  The Association will not favor or disadvantage anyone by reason of the amount of their contribution, and you may refuse to contribute without reprisal by the Association.  TREPAC initially receives each contribution, and a percentage of no more than 30% of each contribution is transmitted to RPAC via TAR FedPAC to meet TREPAC’s RPAC annual quota.  RPAC supports Federal candidates with the contributions received, and those contributions are charged against your limits under 52 U.S.C. §30116.  The percentage forwarded to RPAC each month may be obtained by contacting the TAR FedPAC administrator at 800-873-9155.

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