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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).
July 30: Hostess With the Mostest!
Free Online Classes
• July 20 | CRMLS – Matrix Realist Tax
• July 22 | The Rebound w/ Dan Smith
• July 23 | Commercial Proposals – NCREA
• July 23 | Happy Hour Guest: Matt Buck, CA Apartment Assn.
• July 24 | LionDesk CRM Training
• July 24 | REVEI License Renewal – $85 Fee
• July 30 | Real Estate REvive Conference – Online!
REvive From Crisis July 30!
What’s Next in Real Estate?
N.A.R. President Vince Malta will join other industry leaders, including a top economist, brokers, and returning Host Leigh Brown, will talk about what to do next as we “REvive From Crisis.” Get tips on how to expand your business brand, ramp up social media, and hear from an expert on happiness and inclusion to help stay relevant.
Still $19 for the entire day!
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Pandemic Rental Property Scam
With the pandemic pushing the industry toward self-showings, renters and property managers could be at an increased risk of falling prey to online scammers.
Citrus Valley Market Snapshot
For the most part, the market improved from the previous month just as early readings had suggested, said Research Analyst Guillermo Flores. The Citrus Valley AOR report for the month of June is provided by C.A.R. researchers.
Cities Report – July 2020
California propositions, a new area code, updates on the Gold Line and the latest on the Glendora Public Market are included in the latest Cities Report compiled by CVAR Director of Government Affairs Bill Ruh.
5 Credit Myths for 1st-Time Buyers
First-time homebuyers should understand some common misconceptions in the credit reporting industry as they go through the prequalification and preapproval process. Here’s how agents can dismantle the 5 myths.
Citrus Valley Podcast
Hear top industry experts speak exclusively for CVAR, including Gov Hutchinson on showing property, insights from Brad Inman, Leigh Brown’s tips for jump-starting your business, Dan Smith interviews with industry leaders and much more, on the Citrus Valley REALTORS® Podcast!
Did You Miss a Class?
New this week: Katie Lance, Phil “1031 Exchange” Atwan, and Dan Smith on The Rebound.
Check out CVAR’s archive of helpful and vital sessions, with some of the top speakers in the
real estate industry.
See the video replays on CVAR.Live!
Home Sales – Existing, single-family home sales totaled 339,910 in June on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, up 42.4% from May and down 12.8% from June 2019. June’s statewide median home price was $626,170, up 2.5% from June 2019. (C.A.R.)
Record Rate – At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, mortgage industry experts forecast that benchmark interest rates might fall, but wouldn’t drop below 3%. But they have. Many economists predict that mortgage rates will remain below that threshold into 2021. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 2.98% for the week ending July 16, down five basis points from the previous week. (Freddie Mac)
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Glide – New Features July 13
Glide is launching three new Premium Seller Disclosure features for all agents on Monday, July 13. To see more Click Here.
To get the most from the Glide member benefit, attend a free webinar that covers everything you need to know to make the disclosures process easier for you and your clients: Register Here.
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In Case You Missed It…
IRS Tax Deadline This Week!
IRS July 15 Deadline: FILE and PAY 2019 federal income taxes by the July 15, 2020 deadline (there will be no more postponements), the Department of the Treasury and IRS announced. If you’re unable to meet the July 15 due date, request an extension of time to file by July 15. READ MORE
COVID Rules: Agent Fired
Compass parted ways with an agent after the company says he held showings for a home in Altadena, where the sellers allegedly were infected with COVID-19.