Featured Classes and Events
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- July 13 | RPR Workshop – CVAR East (Rancho Cucamonga)
- July 14 | 1031 Tax Exchange – Find & Create Investor Clients – CVAR West
- July 15 | Transaction Coordination 2 – Beyond the Contract
- July 20 | Living Trusts & Title Issues – CVAR East
- July 26 | Free HERO Lunch & Learn – CVAR East
3 Ethics Changes You Need to Know
You can meet the longstanding requirement of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics to disclose your firm’s name in online advertising by linking to a display that contains the required information. Now you don’t have to squeeze the information into the small format required by microblogging platforms like Twitter.
CVAR West – Now Open Saturdays!
CVAR members now have two offices to choose from for their real estate needs on Saturdays. CVAR West, at 1170 Durfee Ave., Ste. A, in South El Monte, will be open 9 a.m.-1 p.m. each Saturday.
Previously, CVAR East, at 8229 Rochester Ave., Ste. 120, Rancho Cucamonga, had been the only place to shop at a REALTOR® store or get membership needs addressed on the weekend.
CVAR Headquarters, 540 E. Route 66, in Glendora will retain its Monday-Friday schedule.
Winners of Free 2017 Dues Announced!
Members awarded free 2017 CVAR dues for dropping off their business cards and/or participating in the recent member survey are Kulwant Singh, Diane Pirozzi, Michael Tseng and Akxelem Tejada-Patzan. Winners of the Member Appreciation Month gift certificate drawing, picked randomly from members who visited each of our three CVAR offices during the month of June, include Christopher Hysell, Barbara Gipson, and Jack Harriman. Winners will also be notified by phone.
What to Know About Property Surveillance
NAR’s REALTOR.org’s Window on the Law takes a look at the legal considerations for real estate professionals when surveillance devices are present on a property.
What Really Ticks Off Buyers & Sellers?
A Washington Post article is echoing what we heard in the Direct From the Consumer segment at our annual Real Estate REvive conference earlier this year–that missed appointments, the impersonal nature of modern real estate transactions, scheduling struggles, and sellers lingering during showings are just a few of the common gripes that frustrate buyers and sellers.
Prepare for Baby Boomer Sell-Off
Baby boomers and others aged 55 or older, comprising up to several million current home owners, say they plan to move to rental units in the next few years, according to Freddie Mac’s newly released 55+ Survey of housing plans and perceptions of those born before 1961. Thirty-one percent say they would likely relocate to a different neighborhood in the same city.
Heed the Home Inspection Red Flags
What can you suggest to your buyers to help them investigate further during a home inspection, to give them the confidence to move forward? Curbed.com recently featured a 14-point checklist to help home buyers during a home inspection. This isn’t about peeling paint, which will be both obvious and pretty easy to fix, but about bigger ticket items that can affect the livability of the property.
Here are some tips that you can share with your buyers and sellers. Moving experts recently shared with realtor.com® some of their most creative tips and tricks for helping home owners pack up their belongings.