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Are You Interested in Joining a Committee?
Join one of CVAR’s committees or forums and help shape the future of your association!
The following committees and forums are currently accepting applications for membership:
- Budget and Finance Committee
- Grievance Committee
- Local Government Relations Committee
- Membership Value Committee
- Professional Standards Committee
- Young Professionals Network
To learn more about the committees/forums or to apply click here
CVAR’s Market At A Glance Report
New! Q3 Market Statistics!
Learn more about the Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County and Riverside County housing market by selecting from the following list.
Second Arrest Made in Ark. Agent’s Murder
The wife of the man charged in connection with real estate agent Beverly Carter’s murder also has been arrested, facing the same charges of capital murder and kidnapping as her husband.
Proposition 90: San Bernardino County Adopts This Benefit
On Tuesday, March 21st, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted Proposition 90. CVAR Government Affairs Director, Bill Ruh addressed the Board on the financial, societal and economic benefits of Prop 90. CVAR member, Glen G. Orrell sent in written comments to the Board of Supervisors.
Real Estate’s 6 Most Dangerous Everyday Situations
If you work in real estate, you undoubtedly do the following tasks all of the time, but did you know that you could be putting yourself in danger? Here’s how you can stay on guard and protect yourself.
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 Tech Blog: Yard Signs, Open Houses Take Back Seat to Mobile Search
A recent survey by the National Association of REALTORS (NAR) shows that homebuyers, especially younger ones, are more likely to find information on homes via mobile apps and websites than yard signs and open houses.