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The REMS system allows brokers to deliver quality education to their agents and track their progress.


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C.A.R. Board of Directors and Committees

The main Business Meetings page includes important links for Directors and Committee Members.

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REimagine! 2018

A new, all about connections and interactions, California REALTOR® event.

C.A.R. Women's Initiative

C.A.R.'s WomanUP!® conference is devoted to giving powerful women bold tools to take their careers to the next level.

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NAR meeting information and materials.

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A one-stop shop for tools and and resources to educate consumers about the intricacies of buying and selling a home and how a REALTOR® can help.

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Center of California Real Estate

CCRE's mission is to advance industry knowledge and innovation with an emphasis on convening key experts and influence-makers.

Tax Reform FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

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From outreaches to webinars, the Research and Economics team is sharing their insight on the market and the economy.


C.A.R. publishes eight magazine issues and various newsletters throughout the year.

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Three Day Notice To Pay Or Quit and UD Response Time – Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays No Longer CountedAB 2343
This law does not take effect until September 1, 2019, giving landlords and property managers a year to prepare, but it will have an impact on the provision of Notices to Pay or Quit, Notices to Perform Covenant or Quit, and the tenant’s response time in an unlawful detainer action.

Code of Civil Procedure § 1161 (the three-day notice period) and Code of Civil Procedure § 1167 (the five- day period for a tenant to respond to an unlawful detainer summons) will not include judicial holidays, including Saturdays and Sundays in calculating the tenant’s response period.  Effectively, this means the notice periods are now three and five business days, respectively.

Attorneys to Provide Mediation Disclosure NotificationSB 954
The C.A.R. purchase agreements contain a provision whereby the buyer and seller agree to mediate any dispute (with some enumerated exceptions, such as matters within the jurisdiction of small claims court) before proceeding to court or arbitration) through the C.A.R. Mediation Center for Consumers.

Effective January 1, 2019, SB 954 will require any attorney representing a party in a mediation to provide the client with a separate one page document, in at least 12-point type, in the preferred language of the client, signed by both the client and attorney, disclosing that all communications, negotiations, or offers, and statements and reports, even those of the mediator, are confidential and cannot be used later, even in a case for malpractice brought against the attorney..

Under the C.A.R. purchase agreements, buyers and sellers may, but are not required to, use attorneys when using the C.A.R. Mediation Center for Consumers. 

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