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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. 23 | CRMLS Training – Virtual Matrix
Nov. 26-28 | CVAR Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday
Nov. 30 | CRMLS Matrix Tips
Dec. 3 | CVAR Caravan – To Attend E–mail
Dec. 8 | NCREA – Commercial – Advanced Prospecting POSTPONED
Fridays | REVEI License Renewal, Download the application here. Fee: $85. Register: (626) 385-5725 or Noakley@cvar.net
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Legal Update and more, at REevents.live!
Watch Your E-mail for 2021
Dues Billing, Coming in December!
Billing for your N.A.R., C.A.R. and CVAR memberships, along with your MLS subscription, will be e-mailed next week. All billing is consolidated into one convenient bill that will be sent from CVAR, so watch your e-mail starting Dec. 1.
CVAR-C.A.R. Market Snapshot
C.A.R. Research Analyst Guillermo Flores shares the latest home sales numbers in our area with members of the Citrus Valley Association of REALTORS®. With signs of another strong month in November, there’s a wild card to watch for in the coming weeks.
Moratorium on Insurance Cancellations
Californians living in fire-prone territory got temporary relief from another threat: They can’t lose their homeowners’ insurance policies for another year, according to the insurance commissioner. Many do face rising premiums.
4 Habits for Productive Day
Establishing healthy morning habits can be an integral part of our individual formula for success. Each day is unique so the goal is to develop a script that’s not inflexible.
DOJ Lawsuit Against NAR
The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the National Association of REALTORS® last week, alleging violations of antitrust law, including commission arrangements and consumer disclosure requirements.
Stocks Up – The positive vaccine data this month has jolted stocks higher to record highs, despite concern about rising cases. Despite stalling out a bit last week, the Dow is up 10% in November; the S&P 500 is up 8%. (CNBC)
Financial Hit – Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin surprised the financial world, saying he would not extend authority for the Federal Reserve to backstop corporate credit, Main Street and municipal lending programs. Analysts argue that “will tighten financial conditions and removes a safety net for markets at the wrong moment.” (MarketWatch)
COVID Restrictions – See closure updates “By County” in today’s REALTOR COVID Updates.
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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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Cities Report – Nov. 2020
Election results; outdoor lots proposed for Gold Line parking; deal to sell Irwindale brewery complete; Fairplex lays off more than half the staff; Rancho Cucamonga to add affordable housing for seniors, and more, compiled by Government of Affairs Director Bill Ruh.
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.