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    • Interested AP Members Invited to Apply for AP Director Position on NSDCAR Board of DirectorsNotice to all Associated Professional Members of NSDCAR: Please be advised that the resignation of Kevin Kueneke as the AP Director on the NSDCAR Board of Directors creates a vacancy for the balance of the term ending December 31, 2015. Interested AP Members in good standing are invited to apply by 5:00 pm on Monday, February 9, 2015. Applicants w...
    • NSDCAR Members - Do You Have New Ideas for NSDCAR? Let Us Know!We're always looking for better ways to serve our members - to make NSDCAR an even more valuable resource for you. We're looking for your ideas, and we're listening. As an NSDCAR member, YOU are the best source of ideas and suggestions for how we may better serve you. And so, we have created a direct access to each member of your Board of Director...
    • Appraisers Worry New Fannie Mae Program Could Bust DealsA new program that launches later this month from Fannie Mae could lead to slower and costlier home sale closings and more disputes over prices between sellers and buyers. Read the full story from Housingwire. Source: Housingwire
    • Protecting Your Business With Two Mouse Clicks - What To Do When You Get a RED ALERT!Sometimes it seems so much easier to hit the delete button than to take a moment to read another one of those e-mails from CAR or NAR. That is apparent by the fact that less than 10 percent of California REALTORS® have responded to recent Red Alert messages from NAR. One of the most important tasks of REALTOR® Associations at the local, stat...
    • NAR Call for Action: Don't Tax "Phantom Income" on Short SalesThe National Association of REALTORS® has issued the following call to action for REALTORS® Take Action Now Congress has begun its "Lame Duck" session with a big list of unfinished business items. Number one on that list for REALTORS® is an extension of "The Mortgage Forgiveness Tax Relief Act." This bipartisan legislation would ext...
    • The November 2014 Form Release Quick Summary is Now AvailableC.A.R. Legal has released a quick summary of the new and revised standard forms scheduled for release the week of November 24, 2014 View the November 2014 Form Release Summary
    • Stay Informed on Real Estate Issues With the C.A.R. ReportsThe C.A.R. Reports provide you with valuable real estate related information at the state and federal level! The C.A.R. Reports consist of individual reports are written by NSDCAR C.A.R. Directors that include inside information on everything from technology in real estate, federal, legislative and regulatory issues, forms, global real estate, MLS, p...
    • REALTORS - Claim Your .Realtor Top Level Domain Today!Don't Get Left Behind! Register for your .REALTOR domain today! Important FAQs! Here's what you need to know: Members still have an opportunity to register .REALTOR domain names. The first 500,000 NAR members to register a .REALTOR domain consisting of his/her name will receive one FREE .REALTOR domain for one-year. To claim your .REALTOR do...
    • The NEW Residential Purchase Agreement Timeline of EventsBelow are resources to assist you with the transition of learning the NEW California Residential Purchase Agreement. Substantial changes have been made to this essential form. RPA Timeline of Events C.A.R. Legal has published a revised legal article and chart, titled RPA Timeline of Events to assist buyers, sellers, REALTORS® and affiliated indu...
    • Covered California's Open Enrollment Begins on November 15thThe Benefits Store has professional Benefit Advisors to help you with Covered CA (at no cost to you)! Find out what the most effective coverage for your family needs are, including: Assistance with Subsidy Qualifications and calculations Enrollment assistance Dedicated Benefits Advisors that will guide you through the application decision-making p...
    • C.A.R. 2015 California Housing Market ForecastThe California Association of REALTORS® released its 2015 California Housing Market Forecast on October 7, 2014. LOS ANGELES (Oct 7) - With more available homes on the market for sale, California's housing market will see fewer investors and a return to traditional home buyers as home sales rise modestly and prices flatten out in 2015, accor...