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Housing Affordability Fund

Programs and grants to provide direct assistance to address the housing crisis in California.

Grants For Local Associations
2018 Rising Star Award

The Rising Star Awards are a new C.A.R. initiative designed to work with the brokerage community to recognize their up-and-coming agents.


C.A.R. stands ready to assist REALTORS® who have been impacted by these wildfires through its Disaster Relief Fund.

Get Involved

Find out how you can Get Involved with C.A.R's Governmental Affairs program!

Innovators Workshop

Do you have an innovative idea(s) with regards to real estate? Submit your idea(s) for a chance to partner with C.A.R. and transform tomorrow's industry!

Scholarship Foundation

Scholarships for California students planning to pursue a career in real estate.

Education Foundation

Grants for California REALTORS® pursuing advanced real estate designations.

Diversity and Inclusion Programs

Diversity and Inclusion.

Young Professionals Network

New to the industry? YPN is a network to sharpen your skills, heighten your leadership, and connect with fellow REALTORS®.

For New Members

As a new member of C.A.R. you have questions about your benefits and discounts. Find the answers here.

Consumer Ad Campaign

C.A.R.'s annual consumer advertising campaign creates awareness of the REALTOR® brand and demonstrates the many benefits of the consumer-REALTOR® relationship.

Guide to Benefits

As a member of C.A.R., you receive more than 100 free and discounted benefits. Find out more about your member benefits here.

2018 C.A.R. Officers

Meet the 2018 C.A.R. Leadership Team

C.A.R. Mission Statement

C.A.R. is a statewide trade association dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in real estate.

Advertise With Us

Learn about advertising with C.A.R.


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Customer Service

Looking for additional assistance? The Customer Contact Center is looking forward to serving you Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.

Media Center

C.A.R.'s Media Center houses the Association's news releases, media guidelines, and logos.

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C.A.R. Services

We are an email, a phone call or a click away. Don't hesitate and reach out to us!

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Interested in applying for a C.A.R. Scholarship, but have a question? Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions.

Q. How many C.A.R. Scholarships may I win per year and throughout my studies at a California college or university?
A. An Applicant may win up to 1 per calendar year and 2 total in his or her lifetime.

Q. How often does the Foundation award scholarships?
A. The C.A.R. Scholarship Foundation awards scholarships 3 times a year during every C.A.R. Business Meeting, which take place in the Winter (late January or early February), Spring (late April or early May), and Fall (late September or mid-October).

Q: How do I apply for a C.A.R. Scholarship?
A: Our application is posted on our Scholarship page. The application includes a checklist of items that need to be submitted in order for your application to be considered complete.

Q: Is there anything else I need to do in addition to submitting an application?
A: Yes, there will a phone interview. A Scholarship Foundation Trustee will contact you approximately 1-2 weeks after the application deadline

Q: When will I find out whether I received a scholarship?
A: Letters are mailed to all of the applicants approximately 4-5 weeks after the application deadline to inform them whether they received an award or not. 

Q: Can I sumbit unofficial transcripts?
A: Applicants must submit official transcripts for schools attended in the past 4 years.

Q. What is the minimum GPA requirement?
A. Students must have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 2.6 or higher from all colleges/universities attended.

Q. I am a freshman student at a 2 year college and currently enrolled in one real estate course, does this qualify me for a scholarship?
A. Students must be enrolled at the time of application in a minimum of 6 units. At least 1 course must be Real Estate or Real Estate related. Students must also have completed a minimum of 12 college level course units with the last 4 years. At least 2 courses must have been real estate or real estate related courses.

Q. If I am a high school student interested in pursuing a career in the real estate field, do I quality for a scholarship?
A. No, an individual must be currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college in California and already have completed 12 units.

Revised: 11/28/16

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