Featured Classes and Events
End of Summer Bash Recap
MLS Fees Due Sep 30
4TH Quarter MLS statements ($96) have been posted and are due September 30, 2014. Please keep your account current so you can continue to serve your clients at the highest possible level without any service interruption.
For your convenience, you may pay your invoice online through our secure payment portal by logging on with your CVAR ID number and your MLS password. We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
All Nomination Applications Due October 17th
Do you know of someone who deserves recognition for providing outstanding service to the real estate profession or their community?
Citrus Valley Association of REALTORS® is currently accepting applications for:
CVAR Tech Blog: 2 out of 3 People Search for Agents Online – What Are They Finding?
Recent Google data clearly shows that real estate search terms are being used more today since their highest point back in 2008. This means that often the first impression you make on potential clients will be based off of your online presence.
Register for 3rd Annual Casino Night
Date: Thursday, October 23rd
Time: 5:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: 504 E Route 66 Glendora, CA
Open Enrollment is Here
Key Issues Effecting the Real Estate Industry
Here you can find information on key issues and how they affect REALTORS®, home buyers and private property owners.
CVAR: Los Angeles County Market At A Glance
CVAR: San Bernardino Market At A Glance
Visit CVAR at One Cool Expo!
Admission to the EXPO Exhibit Hall is free for members of the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, but you must register to receive a badge.
If you are attending One Cool Expo remember to visit CVAR at booth #534!
For more event details visit expo.car.org
CAR One Cool Thing
September/October 2014 Market Pulse
Inventory constraints are lessening, but affordability will still be a major issue heading into the next few months.
A Confluence of Positive Trends
Jobs, low mortgage rates, and improving inventory are bolstering home sales.
A Win-Win Exit Strategy
When agents retire, Bill Hurt doesn’t watch business walk out the door.