Boston Real Estate Investors Association

Political Advocacy

Boston Real Estate Investors Association (BREIA) Actively Promotes The Legislative Interests of Real Estate Investors & Housing Providers

Laws are constantly changing in the real estate industry. We need to stay active on Real Estate Legislation to make sure that we comply with new laws, and work with legislators to make the laws fair for all sides. 

BREIA promotes a strong ethical standard in the Real Estate Industry. We work to make sure that investors and property owners have a voice whenever possible, promoting fair and balanced legislation. Real Estate Investors need to join and support associations like ours. Your contributions allow our association to fight for you to limit the impact of unfair laws and promote more responsible legislation on housing.  

Boston REIA is a Regional Chapter of The National REIA.  National’s legislative council is our advocate in Washington, DC. National REIA shares information that is relevant at the state and local levels. 

Now more than ever, it is critical for Real Estate Investors across America to come together and speak with one voice about the support and stability that a healthy real estate market provides for communities across the country.  From your local city governments to state legislators to Washington D.C., the officials we put in office are impacting our lives, our businesses, and the people who benefit from our housing activities.  Through the support of Real Estate Investors Like YOU, Boston REIA works to represent your interests.

Boston Real Estate Investors Association encourages its members to become involved in civic life, to become knowledgeable about issues impacting their businesses and the real estate market, and to support initiatives that promote and ensure a healthy and sustainable real estate market. There are several ways to become an involved Real Estate Investor.

Keep up to date with our local expert  Richard D. Vetstein, Esq. is a nationally recognized real estate attorney and past Chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Title & Conveyancing Committee. For more information about him and his services, you can contact Attorney Vetstein at or 508-620-5352.


Take the time to get to know:


1) National REIA and Public Policy

2) REIA Why Public Policy Matters 

3) REIA Targeting the Right Policymakers

4) REIA Advocacy Meetings Do’s and Don’ts

5) REIA Building the Relationship

6) REIA Helping on Campaigns      


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