Unlocking Opportunities: A Deep Dive into RE CRM Segmentation
Wed., Jan. 31 | 10:00am – 11:00am
Financial Literacy for Real Estate Professionals
Wed., Jan. 31 | 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Intro to RPR® – CMA Reports and More
Thu., Feb. 1 | 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Supra Showing Management powered by BrokerBay
Mon., Feb. 5 | 8:00am 9:00am
New Home Source Pro Basics: Help Your Buyers & Gain Clients w/ New Builds
Tue., Feb. 6 | 9:00am 10:00am
Serving Clients with Targeted Property & Market Research
Tue., Feb. 6 | 11:00am 12:00pm
Intro to Paragon
Wed., Feb. 7 | 2:00pm 4:00pm
RPR CMA: Pricing with Precision
Thu., Feb. 8 | 11:00am 12:00pm
C.A.R. Town Hall for Brokers, Office Managers & Firm Principles
Fri., Feb. 9 | 11:00am 12:30pm
Visit the CCAR Calendar to view/register for additional online training opportunities.
WCR: Mastery through Membership – This Fri., Feb. 2
Check & Update Your Voter Registration
As we approach the March 5 Presidential Primary, it is critical that all REALTORS® register and vote! February 20 is the deadline to register ahead of election, but counties will allow voters to register on-site at your polling place and vote provisionally.
Check & Update Voter Registration >>
Round out your coverage today with a dental plan available exclusively to NAR members and families. There are three different options to choose from and all include 100% in-network preventive coverage for cleanings, x-rays, and exams!
Learn More & Get a Quote >>
Show Me the Money – Unlocking Real Estate Success:
YPN’s Solo Agent vs. Team Panel Discussion – Feb. 28
Join CCAR YPN on Wed., Feb. 28th from 3:00 – 6:00pm in the Don Tatzin Community Hall at the Lafayette Library for an engaging panel discussion that will transform your approach to real estate!
Are you torn between working solo or joining a real estate team? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Our panel of seasoned real estate experts is geared up to tackle the burning question: “Should I work as a solo agent or would joining a team be better?”
Learn the pros and cons of both paths: from the freedom and flexibility of solo ventures to the camaraderie and support of team dynamics, we’ll delve deep into what truly sets each option apart.
Tickets include access to our esteemed speakers, delicious appetizers, and two drink tokens (wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages) to keep the conversation flowing! Don’t miss out – register today!
Join us Fri., Feb. 9 from 6pm – 10pm at the Pleasant Hill Community Center for an unforgettable night of food, music, and fun at CCAR’s 23rd Annual Crab Feed!
LIMITED TIME OFFER: Act fast and purchase your tickets before the end of January to score two complimentary drink tickets!
All proceeds from this crustacean celebration will benefit the CCAR Scholarship Foundation and CCAR Helping Hands Fund. Additionally, there will be an exclusive auction supporting the Bay Area Rescue Mission.
In an effort to make ethics violations and the disciplinary process more transparent, C.A.R. is publishing the names of members who are found in violation of the Code of Ethics as well as summaries of the members’ unethical behavior.
Member publication is triggered only if the discipline imposed is a reprimand, fine, suspension or expulsion – anything other than a letter of warning or stand-alone education. The information will be published on the members-only section of car.org.
Past decisions of ethics…
2024 NAR Tax Summit – Feb. 7, 14, 21, & 28
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The CESHOP Discounts
Showing Etiquette and Professionalism
The rules for in-person etiquette have changed, and it’s important to observe those changes to position yourself as a professional who cares. As the real estate market begins to pick up after the holidays, expect an increase in showings, and being courteous to the seller and listing agent is important. Remember, showing a home is a privilege, not a right.15 Common Courtesies to follow during showings:
- TIME LIMIT – Be respectful of the time you scheduled for a showing. If the property is occupied, the owner may be on their way home. There may also be other agents waiting to see the home after you.
- PETS – Do not let a dog or cat out of the home while you are opening a door. Assume all homes have a pet that could run out at any time.
- KNOCK FIRST – Prior to opening a lockbox, always ring the doorbell. The seller may be home and you could startle them by entering unannounced. You should also announce yourself, “REALTOR!” when you walk through the door.
- STAY OFF THE GRASS – Avoid cutting across the grass to get to the front door, always use the walkway.
- KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF – Never adjust the air conditioning or heat in a home. By adjusting or tweaking a system, you may be launching a problem that you were unaware of, such as a leaky cooling unit.
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