Business After Hours Committee – Plans and organizes the free GFWAR happy hour events throughout the year.
Bylaws Committee – Reviews and updates the GFWAR bylaws to meet the changing needs of the Association.
Education Committee – Develops and implements educational programs offered through the Association.
Golf Committee – Organizes and hosts the annual GFWAR golf tournament benefiting TREPAC.
Governmental Affairs Committee – Makes recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding support of candidates for elective office, and works to keep the membership informed about governmental matters on the local, state and national levels. Half of its members are appointed and the other half are voluntary.
Greenbriar Christmas Event Committee – Organizes the annual Greenbriar Christmas Event to benefit GFWAR's Adopt-A-School, Greenbriar Elementary School.
Grievance Committee – Investigates and reviews ethics complaints and requests for arbitration filed with GFWAR. This is a voluntary committee, but the committee chairman selects which members of the committee will handle each grievance.
Housing Initiatives Committee – Develops programs that assure fair housing and equal opportunity in the Fort Worth community.
Multiple Listing Service Committee – Reviews and makes recommendations in all matters relating to NTREIS and enforces the rules and regulations of the MLS. (Limited appointments.)
Neighborhood Revitalization Committee – Works to acknowledge historic and revitalized properties in Fort Worth and educates members on all aspects of historic preservation as well as city ordinances / overlays pertaining to properties with historic value.
Nominating Committee – Interviews and selects candidates for leadership positions within the Association. This committee is appointed by the Board of Directors.
Professional Standards Committee – Conducts formal hearings of ethics and arbitration disputes forwarded by the grievance committee. This is a voluntary committee, but the committee chairman selects which members of the committee will be on the panel to hear each case. (Educational TAR requirements apply.)
Property Management Forum Committee – Monitors leasing / management issues and provides educational opportunities on a quarterly basis.
Technology Committee – Monitors advances in technology and works to implement these into Association practices and procedures, as well as provide training to the membership on utilizing this technology.
TREPAC Committee – Raises funds from the membership to support local, state and national candidates that support private property rights and REALTOR® positions.
Young Professionals Network Committee – Plans events and implements programs geared toward the young professionals (aged 21-39) in the Association.