CVAR’s COVID-19 Resources
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Latest COVID-19 Updates from C.A.R.
Citrus Valley Association of REALTORS® is conducting all business remotely. Meetings and classes presented by CVAR will be online and free of charge (see available classes below).
Voting Begins Today, June 1!
Candidates for the 2021 Board of Directors will share their plans for the board in a Candidate Forum on June 5. REGISTER HERE.
Online voting is open today at 9 a.m. through June 10 at 4 p.m. To see the list of candidates for the seven open seats: CLICK HERE
Also hear details of the election on the
Citrus Valley REALTORS® Podcast
Free Online Classes
• June 1 | CRMLS Training
• June 2 | Commercial Math – Buyers – Free Series
• June 3 | COVID-19 and Eviction Process
• June 4 | Citrus Valley Caravan
• June 4 | Commercial Listings – Sellers – Free Series
• June 4 | ‘Toast & Tell’ Your Listing at Virtual Happy Hour – Plus: Hurdlr CEO Raj Bhashkar
• June 5 | License Renewal– Fee $85
Watch E-mail for Q3 MLS Billing
CVAR handles billing for CRMLS, so watch your e-mail this week for the third quarter billing from us regarding your MLS subscription.
LA County Axes PACE Program
Los Angeles County has ended its controversial PACE home improvement loan program, after determining the program lacked adequate consumer protections. Homeowners with existing loans taken out through the county’s program must still pay back what they owe.
8 Steps: Return to Business
It’s easy during an uncertain time like this to focus on the negatives and unconsciously kill your productivity. However, it’s important to remain focused on the positives. Here are eight actions you can do today to get down to business.
7 Ways for Landlords to Maximize Rent Collection
Many investors have been concerned about collecting rents from tenants due to new rules in place because of the pandemic. Here are 7 ways one investment company is maximizing rent collections at their properties.
Citrus Valley Podcast
Gov Hutchinson on open houses, liability in the face of COVID; Brad Inman on the future of real estate; Leigh Brown on getting it done in this uncertain environment, and more! Exclusively @Home With CVAR. Hear these and more on the CVAR Podcasts
Did You Miss a Class?
CVAR has been building an archive of helpful and vital topics and information, with some of the top speakers in the real estate industry.
See the video replays on CVAR.Live!
Home Sales – Pending home sales decreased in April, making two straight months of declines. The Pending Home Sales Index fell 21.8% to 69.0 in April. Year-over-year, contract signings shrank 33.8%. The index in the West slipped 20.0% in April 2020 to 57.1, down 37.2% from a year ago. (N.A.R.)
Offerpad Reveal – The iBuyer launched a real estate solutions division, allowing clients to be able to list their homes for sale with licensed Offerpad employees, and utilize the company’s concierge services to prep the home for market, the company announced today. (PR Newswire)
REALTOR® Unemployment – California REALTORS® can apply for PUA through UI Online. They can create an account, file their claim, certify for continued benefits, verify income and update their information. To assist members in learning about and applying for this relief program, C.A.R. has createdstep-by-step illustrated instructions available here.
REALTOR® Hotline – NAR’s toll-free phone number for COVID-19 and real estate related questions is (800) 874-6500. Members also can call the hotline for the latest information on programs and services being developed to help in you business during this time. (N.A.R.)
1st Quarter 2020 – Market At A Glance
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Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino
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In Case You Missed It…
Cities Report – May
Canceled 4th of July celebrations; renter and business assistance from El Monte; COVID testing in Baldwin Park; Chino Hills habitat; Citrus College donates masks; Pabst buys brewery; Upland repeals eviction rule and more in this month’s report.
COVID’s Longterm Impact on Real Estate
Many want to know, what might the long-term impact of COVID-19 be on various residential asset classes? Here are an economist’s thoughts on investments of all kinds.
Senior Economist Jerry Nickelsburg, Director of the UCLA Anderson Forecast, recommends California policies that could arrest some of the worst economic impacts of COVID-19 by incentivizing development of new and affordable housing.