Washington, DC On March 10th and 11th Dawn Carpenter, CPM, IREM senior vice president attended IREM’s Annual Capitol Hill Fly-in, which offers IREM members an opportunity to meet with their federal legislators and advocate for issues of importance to the real estate management industry.
IREM members held meetings with 87 members of senate and congress to discuss the continuation and reform of the National Flood Insurance program which expires on September 30th, 2020. Additionally, they discussed the SAFE Banking Act which is proposed legislation regarding disposition of funds gained through the cannabis industry in the U.S.
In addition, Carpenter had meetings with senior staff members of senators Chuck Schumer and Kristin Gillibrand’s offices and with congressman Max Rose. Carpenter commented that the Fly-In is a welcome opportunity to speak directly to the people with the power to change laws and regulations about issues that matter to her personally, to her business and to the clients she represents.
Carpenter is the owner of Dawning Real Estate, a full service real estate company in Staten Island, N.Y.