Californians for Homeownership is suing the city of Whittier, California, over its accessory dwelling unit (ADU) regulations
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 11
Bill that limits annual rent increases to 5% plus cost of living could receive final approval as early as Wednesday
by Teke Wiggin | Sep 11
Winners could get $10K from CAR, as well as a marketing package and access to resources from the trade group
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 1
As law firms target real estate agents with Facebook ads inviting them to join class-action lawsuits against brokerages, California Association of Realtors (CAR) is telling agents not to join
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 7
California Assembly Bill 5 is poised to change the rules surrounding independent contractors. But now, it includes an exemption for the real estate industry
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 31
Partnership between zipLogix and Sellers Shield lets California Association of Realtors members provide their seller clients with access to Smart Seller Tools at no-cost
by Jim Dalrymple II | Nov 4
Agents are working people who suffer along with their neighbors from bad government policy
by Brad Inman | Sep 10
Automated disclosure form software is accessible through zipForm Plus
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 17
What we can learn from C.A.R.’s 2017 membership survey and 25 of California’s leading women brokers
by Bernice Ross | Jan 15
A checklist to prepare you for showings, no matter how bad the weather gets
by Erinn Nobel | Dec 14
Things you might need for listings, open houses, marketing -- or for yourself
by Amber Taufen | Jun 28
Partnership to help members 'easily create virtual property tours and boost their business'
by Teke Wiggin | Apr 19
Future of homeownership in The Golden State hangs in the balance, according to a C.A.R. panel
by Marian McPherson | Mar 30
Tight inventory and skyrocketing prices will slow sales in 2017
by Marian McPherson | Sep 29
Yearly and monthly jump in pending home sales largely attributed to SoCal markets, while Bay Area pending sales softened
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 1