Welcome to Missouri RRC


President’s Letter / Welcome


Welcome to Missouri RRC- the Residential Real Estate Council of Missouri. We are here to serve our members and fellow Realtors through education and connection. Our purpose is to promote professionalism in our industry in order to better serve one another and the public. RRC has over 29,000 members worldwide and nearly 400 members in our state. Please use our site as a resource for upcoming classes, networking opportunities and industry news.

Our leaders are always here for YOU!

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, don’t hesitate to contact any of the State Leaders below or email community@crs.com.

Paul Sidwell

Paul Sidwell, CRS

Liberty, Missouri

Events & Courses

RRC’s events and courses allow you to connect and learn with like-minded individuals, who can be valuable referral sources in the future.

Get Involved

Please know that whether it is 15 minutes a week, an hour once a month or an event once a year, volunteers are the backbone of RRC. Volunteering also connects you to other members and expands your referral network.


Contact Missouri RRC Leaders with your questions, a description of your expertise or interest and how much time you have to give. We would love to have you join us!

Referral Network

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State Leadership & Network Groups

Administrator

Administrator

State RRC Virtual Admin, CRS

Chicago, Illinois

Communications Leader

Communications Leader

Laura (Laurie) Walls, CRS

Gladstone, Missouri

Education Leader

Education Leader

Dennis Jordan, CRS

Columbia, Missouri

Finance Leader

Finance Leader

Alice Leeper, CRS

Columbia, Missouri

Regional Vice President

Regional Vice President

Fran Bixler, CRS

Naperville, Illinois

President

President

Paul Sidwell, CRS

Liberty, Missouri

State Leadership Open Positions

To increase the value of your membership, get involved with your Local and State RRC Network. If you are interested in one of these open positions, please email community@crs.com.

Purpose: The Membership Leader is responsible for building member engagement within the State.  They work with Network Groups on recruitment activities and be the point person for questions about RRC membership. 
 
Time Commitment: 10 to 15 hours per month
 
Term: 1 year
Purpose: The Network Director serves as the point of contact for the State Leadership Team in a local market. They work with other members to organize networking events or educational offerings. 
 
Time Commitment: 10 to 15 hours per quarter
 
Term: 1 year
 

Getting involved with RRC is easy!

The Council offers both local and national volunteer opportunities to members.

Missouri RRC Sponsorship

Contact Missouri RRC for more information on advertising and sponsorship opportunities.