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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).
Listen to National Commercial Real Estate Assn. (NCREA) founder Michael Simpson talk about commercial v. residential real estate in the Tip Clip above. Or watch the entire episode of “Keeping It Real w/ Kim & Kris” at CVAR.Live!
May 25 & 27 | NCREA’s Advanced Commercial Prospecting – 2 Parts
May 29-31 | CVAR Offices Closed for Memorial Weekend
June 2 | 1031 Exchange with Phil Atwan
Fridays | License Renewal – Crash Course for Brokers/Agents ($85)
National Ethics Day
Live Streaming From CVAR June 17!
Deadline – N.A.R. Code of Ethics: All REALTORS® are required to take the Code of Ethics training by the end of 2021. But CVAR members are in luck. The irrepressible Leigh Brown will live stream her 3-hour training out to thousands of REALTORS® around the country, live from CVAR headquarters on June 17. This virtual training is free to CVAR members! REGISTER HERE #NationalEthicsDay #REeventsLive #CVARmembers
News & Featured Articles
CVAR Market Snapshot April 2021
The market has been bouncing back strongly, “I don’t know if the current market condition is worth celebrating,” says a C.A.R. analyst. See why … and what’s happening in the Citrus Valley AOR region:
New Forms, Updates as of June 2021
New forms and revisions go into effect June 2021, including the CFPB eviction disclosure, the Fire Hardening disclosure for fire-prone areas, residential and lease listing agreements, buyer representation, broker compensation disclosures and more! CVAR offers a free class June 21 that covers them all!
Cities Report, May 2021
The U.S. Census Bureau has released its population data, Chino Hills whittles down high-density housing sites; vaccines at Covina Transit Center; parking in El Monte; Glendora road work; Irwindale’s transportation plan; civilian oversight in Pomona; Alta Upland grand opening, and more, in this month’s report compiled by CVAR Director of Government Affairs Bill Ruh.
7 Tips for First-Year Agents
The Agency founder Mauricio Umansky shares 7 tactics that he found successful during his first few years as a new agent, as well as some that other agents used to pave the path for their success.
Prop 19 Effect on Your Clients
Let your clients know how the Prop 19 tax law is opening up homeownership opportunities for renters, young families, and first-time homebuyers throughout California.
Find resources available to you and your clients on this C.A.R. website.
1st Quarter 2021 Market Stats!
Create an instant report for clients with
the latest information for 3 counties:
Los Angeles – Riverside – San Bernardino
Median Price – The California median home price topped $800,000 in April, with home sales strong at the start of the season. Existing, single-family home sales totaled 458,170 in April on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, up 2.6% from March and up 65.1% from April 2020. (C.A.R.)
New Form – C.A.R. has created a new form to assist property managers in complying with a new federal rule issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Effective May 3, 2021, the CFPB rule requires attorneys and agents of landlords or owners of residential property (“debt collectors”) to provide written notice to tenants of their rights under the federal Center for Disease Control (CDC) eviction moratorium. Previously, no notice of the CDC eviction moratorium was required to be given to a tenant. Now, in certain circumstances, it is. (C.A.R.)
Foreclosure Study – While foreclosures have been lower during the public health crisis, primarily due to the current moratorium in place, many homeowners are still receiving pre-foreclosure notices with a disproportionate share going to disadvantaged communities. Many analysts and housing advocates fear that there will be a new wave of home losses once temporary protections end. Given this not-too distant threat, it is critical that our elected officials develop evidence-based policies and programs to assist households and neighborhoods most at risk. (UCLA Ziman)
Unclaimed Refunds – Riverside County property owners have until Aug. 3 to file for unclaimed property tax refunds. To file for a refund or see a list of unclaimed refunds click here. Completed claims and supporting documents can be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to Riverside County Treasurer- Tax Collector, Attn: Property Tax Unclaimed Refunds, P.O. Box 12005, Riverside, CA 92502-2205.
Curbside at CVAR – Order your store items by calling: (909) 305-2827. Designate the store (Glendora, South El Monte, or Rancho Cucamonga) where you’ll pick up. Call upon arrival to pick up curbside, contact-free. Please wear a mask!
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