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2020 Census

The importance of completing the census survey for REALTORS®.


Housing Affordability Fund

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

Make A Donation to HAF
Rising Star Award

The Rising Star Award program is a C.A.R. initiative designed to work with the brokerage community to recognize their up-and-coming agents.


C.A.R. Disaster Relief

C.A.R. stands ready to assist REALTORS® who have been impacted by wildfires through its Disaster Relief Fund and NAR's REALTORS® Relief Foundation.

California Disaster Resources
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® and residents pursuing real estate education.


Diversity and Inclusion Programs

Find out more information on key diversity and inclusion programs and projects available.

Latinx Professionals Network C.A.R. Women's Initiative
Young Professionals Network

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


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.

C.A.R. Member Discounts NAR Member Discounts C.A.R. Insurance Products
For New Members

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

Member FAQs
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.

Who's Your REALTOR®?
C.A.R. Mission Statement

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

Annual Report
2020 C.A.R. Officers

Meet the 2020 C.A.R. Leadership Team


Media Center

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

News Releases
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.


For Association Executives

This site is designed to assist you in your profession by providing access to information on events


Careers

C.A.R. and its subsidiaries are currently recruiting for the following job opportunities.


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C.A.R. Services

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On election day, vote centers will open between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. for at least eight hours a day (hours will vary by locations). Find your nearest polling place.

 

If you missed the deadline to register to vote online, every polling place has same-day voter registration.

 

If you live in L.A. County or one of the other 14 counties participating in Voter’s Choice, you can mail in your ballot, or drop it off at a secure county ballot box or at any vote center in your county. Using a county ballot box will not affect your permanent vote-by-mail status. For a list of vote center in Voter’s Choice Act participating counties, check with your country registrar’s office.

 

Mail-in ballots that are postmarked on or before March 3 will be counted as long as they arrive at a county elections office no later than March 6.

 

In most cases, you will not be required to show identification when you vote in person. If you are voting for the first time in an election, you may be asked to show identification if you did not provide the last four digits of your Social Security number or driver’s license or California ID number when you registered to vote. If this applies to you, you should bring identification with you to vote, or include a copy with your vote-by-mail ballot. The state elections division has a list of acceptable forms of identification. As you vote repeatedly in other elections, your voter file will be maintained, and you should not be asked for identification.

 


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