Murfreesboro, TN (January 17, 2018) — The National Association of Realtors® has announced that Lance Dammeyer, a Loan Originator with First Community Mortgage, from Brentwood, TN, has become a “Sterling R Major” investor in the Realtors® Political Action Committee. RPAC is a national bipartisan grassroots-based political advocacy organization that works to protect the real estate industry and the dream of homeownership for Middle Tennessee residents and across the country.
This will be Lance’s first year as an RPAC investor. He has been a member Williamson County Association of Realtors® (WCAR) for three years. He is an elected trustee of the Realtor® Good Works Foundation with WCAR and volunteers on the WCAR Member Services Committee. Lance graduated from the University of Toledo and attended Graduate School at MTSU. He has been in Middle Tennessee for 22 years. He has been a part of Williamson County for 18 years, where he resides with his wife and 3 children.
“I support RPAC because being an active participant and voice as an affiliate is important to my local Realtor® Association – the progression and stability of our joint industries are codependent; therefore, I am 100% committed to assisting where needed,” said Dammeyer.
Since 1969, RPAC has promoted the election of pro-real estate candidate across the United States. The purpose of RPAC is to elect officials who understand and support the interests of real estate professionals and their home buying, selling, and investing clients. RPAC uses its resources to seek to elect candidates that understand and support real estate, and to develop public policies that allow consumers to own homes and build their communities through commercial investment. Lance’s investment will be applied to supporting homeownership, commercial real estate transactions, and the very future of the real estate industry.
Current Realtor® priorities include working to preserve the Mortgage Interest Deduction and preventing the use of guarantee fees charged on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac-backed loans to fund non-housing programs, which serves as a tax on consumers and prevents more qualified borrowers from becoming actual homeowners.
The National Association of Realtors®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1.2 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.