CVAR’s COVID-19 Resources
REALTORS®: Updates & Guidelines
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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).
Feb. 1 | CRMLS Training – Matrix Search 101
Feb. 2 | Commercial Series from NCREA
Feb. 4 | CVAR Caravan: email@example.com
Feb. 9, 11, 16 | Get old documents ready for Shred Days (See Calendar) or watch video
Your Own Digital Business Card!
Click image to hear John Reyes explain how to make & use digital business cards. Or watch the entire session here.
Lost MLS Access?
If you haven’t renewed your MLS subscription, along with your CVAR, N.A.R., and C.A.R. memberships, contact us at (909) 305-2827 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DRE Renewals/Exams Are Back!
DRE exam centers reopened to the public last Wednesday. DRE staff are now contacting examinees to reschedule their previously cancelled exams. (CVAR partners with REVEI each Friday for license renewal crash course. See classes above.)
New Laws On the Books
New laws that may impact REALTORS® are now in effect or will be this year. (Watch for next week’s overview of Prop 19, in affect Feb. 16). For a peek at some of these laws: READ MORE
Governor Signs Extension to Eviction Freeze
The governor signed a law that extends the eviction moratorium to June 30, and creates a program for eligible landlords to receive rent subsidies. CLICK HERE
FHA Backs DACA Again
In one of the Trump administration’s last acts, HUD declared that DACA recipients who are legally permitted to work in the U.S. are eligible to apply for mortgages backed by the FHA.
Are Manufactured Homes the Alternative?
With the dramatic rise of home prices, affordable housing solutions like manufactured homes may be more suitable for homebuyers looking for a starter home or seeking to downsize. Can the industry overcome the lack of awareness and misperceptions?
Housing 2021 – Housing activity is expected to remain strong in 2021, but sector growth will likely decelerate from the torrid pace set in the second half of 2020. While the ESR Group expects home sales to rise 3.8% in 2021, the monthly pace is likely to slow through much of the year. Home price appreciation is also expected to slow along a similar timeline. (Fannie Mae)
Sales Stats – Existing, single-family home sales totaled 509,750 in December on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, up 0.2% from November and up 28% from December 2019. The statewide median home price was $717,930, up 2.7% from November and up 16.8% from December 2019. (C.A.R.)
Effective February – Proposition 19, which narrowly passed in the fall, will require people who inherit property to use it as their primary residence or have its tax value reassessed starting in February. Watch the video to hear Paul Velasco explain this and more.
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