The Roundtable’s Tax Policy Advisory Committee works to help lawmakers and federal officials understand how tax rules affect real estate activity, local communities, and jobs, and it promotes pro-growth tax reforms that facilitate sound, environmentally responsible real estate investment and development.
TPAC members include leading commercial real estate CEOs, CFOs, general counsel, and tax directors; senior partners from the country’s preeminent real estate advisory firms; and senior representatives from the major national real estate trade associations.
SPAC focuses on a variety of environmentally and economically sustainable development policies that encourage high performance, energy-efficient green buildings, and progressive land use, such as brownfields redevelopment and transit-oriented development. The committee is also leading The Roundtable’s response efforts to government-mandated emissions disclosures
The Research Committee identifies industry trends and tracks economic conditions to provide data that supports The Real Estate Roundtable's national policy agenda. They meet concurrently with the RECPAC.
RECPAC analyzes national public policies that affect the real estate capital and credit markets. This committee also develops policy recommendations that encourage disciplined lending, foster sensible borrowing, and result in adequate liquidity and realistic asset valuations for the industry. RECPAC consists of principal members from a broad spectrum of real estate investment, ownership, and financial services companies.
The Homeland Security Task Force (HSTF) enhances the real estate industry’s ability to meet its current and future security-related challenges by analyzing developments in the industry's approach to emergency preparedness on physical threats such as terrorism, crime and climate change and on an increasing variety of cyber threats.
The Roundtable’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion initiative aims to advance racial equity in the real estate industry by:
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