Featured Classes and Events
- Jan 7 | Technology Forum
- Jan 8 | Social Media Marketing 101 – Class for Beginners
- Jan 9 | Core Financial Wellness – Real Estate and Mortgages
- Jan 14 | How to List and Sell Commercial Investment Property
- Jan 22 | How to Avoid Listing Violations
- Jan 27 | A Powerful Lunch and Learn – Setting and Achieving Goals
Thank You for Your Continued Membership
Your 2015 CAR, NAR and MLS invoice is now available for viewing/payment. Click here to learn why you should renew your membership and to make a payment.
Early Bird Contest Winners
CVAR members were able to enter into our early bird dues contest by paying their CAR, NAR and MLS dues before Dec 17. The following CVAR members were randomly selected from this list and will have their 2015-2016 CVAR member dues paid in full.
Congratulations to the following CVAR members!
Joseph Arguello, Century 21 Masters
Brandon Beckwith, Southland Properties
Justin Brown, NuHome Realty
Eric Chavez, Chavez and Associates Real Estate Brokerage
Rosela Guevara, Re/Max Good Life Realty
Phuoc Huynh, HP Realty and HP Funding
Laura Kubik, Keller Williams Realty
Helen Moreno, Evergreen Realty and Associates
Nancy Nowotney, Tarbell Realtors
Gail Sparks, Coldwell Banker Residential
New Member Incentive Program
CVAR’s Market At A Glance Report
Q3 Market Statistics!
Learn more about the Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County and Riverside County housing market by selecting from the following list.
Will Recovery Be Steadier in 2015?
The housing market this year has been on a roller coaster. According to the National Association of REALTORS®, existing-home sales are expected to fall short of 2013’s total, and price gains have slowed significantly.
The Ultimate iPhone Listing Video
Don’t LOOK for Opportunity in 2015
As we close out the year, you may be looking for opportunities and new avenues to success in 2015. I’m here to tell you that you’re doing it all wrong.
The Top Business Book of 2014
The Financial Times has come out with its list of top financial books for the tenth year, and I’m embarrassed to say I haven’t read one of them! Granted, none are specifically about real estate. But being as concentrated upon economic issues as the British publication is, it shouldn’t surprise me that almost every one of FT’s choices seem like they are about large systems of finance, where one of the cogs is undoubtedly real estate.