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Check Your Ethics Status
C.A.R. mistakenly notified some members that they have NOT met the NAR ethics training requirement (deadline Dec. 31).
Step-by-step instructions on how to check your status with NAR: CLICK HERE.
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2019 CVAR Dues Billing!
FHA Announces New Loan Limits for 2019
The Federal Housing Administration published its 2019 loan limits last week. Most areas in the country will see an increase. READ MORE
Why 2019 Won’t Be Buyer’s Market
Observers have begun to speculate that the country’s housing market may have hit its peak. Meanwhile, millions of Americans continue to wait on the sidelines.
Inventory On Rise in Los Angeles
The number of homes for sale in the Los Angeles area climbed more than 30% in October, according to a new report from Zillow. READ MORE
Tax Reform Opens New Commercial Opportunities
As the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act approaches its one-year anniversary, there are still a number of provisions the IRS must clarify. But one thing is clear: The commercial real estate industry stands to benefit in two big ways.
FEMA: Owners Unprepared for Disaster
REALTORS® are best-positioned to help educate property owners about taking a smart approach to disaster preparedness.
Sentiment Up – The Fannie Mae Home Purchase Sentiment Index® increased slightly in November, rising 0.5 points to 86.2, attributed primarily to an increase in the net share of Americans who reported significantly higher income.
NAR Email Scam – NAR issued an all-member alert last week warning members of an email phishing attempt. The email appeared to be under the REALTOR® Party banner and solicited members to help “Support Diana” through a GoFundMe page.
Product of the Month – December
Looking for a gift for friends in real estate? Visit any of the 3 CVAR
Stores, in Glendora, South El Monte, and Rancho Cucamonga!
3rd Quarter market data is available at CVAR Market At A Glance.
See the latest information for three counties:
Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino.
In Case You Missed It….
Wildfires Making More CA Homes Uninsurable
Some insurers have been declining to renew homeowners’ policies in fire-prone areas. When the houses that burned this year are rebuilt, owners may find that no one is writing insurance there–at least not at affordable prices. READ MORE