The Real Estate Roundtable is an invitation-only organization whose members are the Chairs, Presidents, and CEOs of top public and privately-owned real estate entities and trade associations, across every segment of the commercial real estate industry – as well as the Managing Directors of major national and international financial, pension, and lending entities. Roundtable members also include significant local and regional real estate leaders and advisors, along with the elected leaders of 18 national real estate associations.
Members of The Real Estate Roundtable work closely with Washington lawmakers and regulators to produce meaningful results on key national issues that affect the industry. The organization is committed to fact-based analysis of issues and sound, asset-related policies that have a positive impact on economic growth, job-creation, and local communities.
The Real Estate Roundtable is the Public Policy Advocate for the U.S. Commercial Real Estate Industry.
Our 18 national real estate trade association partners represent more than one million people involved in virtually every aspect of the real estate business. By bringing together the representatives of these organizations with the nation’s top public and privately-held real estate ownership, development, lending, and management firms, The Real Estate Roundtable helps ensure that a more cohesive voice is presented to the government and the public about the real estate industry and its important role in the global economy.
Roundtable members join an exclusive group of real estate leaders focused on coordinating a national policy agenda focused on the continued prosperity of our industry and our economy.
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The Roundtable’s Foundation advances the industry’s support of research and education in areas of public interest affecting real estate, including but not limited to: the environment, public safety, cultural diversity, and the economic sustainability of communities.
REALPAC serves The Roundtable’s mission and work to educate policymakers and the public about real estate and its significance to the economy. REALPAC supports candidates for federal office who give thoughtful consideration to public polices advocated by the real estate community that are in the national public interest. REALPAC is funded by voluntary contributions from individual members of The Real Estate Roundtable.