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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 classes below).
Online at CVAR
Nov. 16 | CRMLS Training – MLS-Touch
Nov. 17 | Prescreen Like a Pro – Amanda Belin
Thursdays | NCREA Guide to List/Sell Commercial Real Estate
Fridays | REVEI License Renewal, Download the application here. Fee: $85. Register: (626) 385-5725 or Noakley@cvar.net
Last Chance to Submit Award Nominees
The deadline has been extended through today, Nov. 16, to submit nominations for REALTOR® of the Year, Honorary Member for Life, Affiliate of the Year, or Community Service Award. Awards will be announced at the Dec. 2 live streamed Installation.
Click for the fillable applications: REALTOR® of the Year; Honorary Member for Life; Community Service Award;
Affiliate of the Year
Code of Ethics Changes Approved
NAR’s Board of Directors voted Friday to approve a series of recommendations from NAR’s Professional Standards Committee that extend the application of Article 10 of the Code of Ethics to discriminatory speech and conduct outside of members’ real estate practices.
Misusing REALTOR® on Your Page?
One of the issues at last Friday’s NAR vote to change the Code of Ethics was recent conduct on social media by REALTORS® using the REALTOR® designation. Now is a good time for a reminder on using the REALTOR® trademark.
How to Sell to Gen Z
Millennials are no longer the youngest people in the workforce. There’s a whole new generation to think about–Gen Z. About half of them are old enough to legally drive and many are looking into buying their first home.
Cities Report – Nov. 2020
See how local propositions and candidates fared, along with the latest in local government news, in this month’s Cities Report, compiled by Government of Affairs Director Bill Ruh.
C.A.R. Forecast – Low mortgage interest rates and pent-up demand for homeownership will bolster California home sales in 2021, but economic uncertainty caused by the pandemic and continued supply shortage will limit sales growth, according to C.A.R.’s housing and economic forecast. Get the post-election forecast from C.A.R.’s Chief Economist Leslie Appleton-Young on Thursday (Nov. 19) at Real Estate FORWARD, free to CVAR members!
Time to Buy/Sell: Sixty percent of respondents to Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index say it’s a good time to buy a home, an increased from 54%. The net share of Americans who say it is a good time to buy increased 9 percentage points month over month; 59% of respondents say it’s a good time to sell a home, up from 56%, while those who say it’s a bad time to sell decreased from 38% to 35%. As a result, the net share of those who say it’s a good time to sell increased 6 percentage points month over month. (Fannie Mae)
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Top agency strategies; new eviction rules; Residential Listing and Purchase agreements; using the 1031 Exchange; legal updates, new agent tips and many more topics are covered and available to replay for free from the CVAR archive at CVAR.Live.
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Conduct Leads to Ethics Changes
An “unprecedented” wave of complaints about its members’ social media conduct during this tumultuous year was the motivating factor for proposing expansion of the Code of Ethics. NAR board to vote this Friday.
What Changes Are Permanent?
The pandemic has re-ordered real estate markets across the board on an unprecedented scale. Which changes are irreversible?