CRMLS Top Violations of 2022
CRMLS Top Violations of 2022 Home – CRMLS Top Violations of 2022 The Top Compliance Violation of 2022 With 2022 coming to a close, the Compliance Department has revealed the […]
Mobilization Alert: Oppose Legislation that Taxes Homeownership up to 25%
The California Association of REALTORS® strongly OPPOSES Assembly Bill 1771, authored by Assemblymember Chris Ward, which attacks private property rights by imposing up to a 25% tax on the gain from selling a home or other real property
Weekly Update of State Legislation
Weekly Update of State Legislation – March 28, 2022 Read about the bills which C.A.R. has an active position on that will be heard in committee in the coming week:
In Loving Memory of Jeffrey Butscher
Jeffery Butscher, a longtime member of the SBAOR, passed away suddenly on January 9th. Jeffery served as a director for the South Bay Association of REALTORS, as well as a director for the Greater South Bay MLS. He made many contributions to the association and to the real estate industry.…
In Loving Memory of Diana Saylor
Diana Saylor, a member of SBAOR since 2008, passed away over the weekend of January 22nd. She was a REALTOR at West Shores Realty in Palos Verdes since 2017. Our thoughts go out to her family during this difficult time. She will be missed by many!
Making Places into Spaces, a New Partnership in North Torrance
The North Torrance Neighborhood Association with the support of the South Bay Association of Realtors®, the City of Torrance – Public Works Department, Sunflower Farm Nursery and other community partners have worked to create a green community gathering space between 180th and Yukon Avenue.
NAR: White House Proposal Includes Key Housing Provisions
Congressional leaders released a long-awaited framework Thursday for President Joe Biden’s signature Build Back Better plan, proposing a top-line price tag and an outline of new social programs.
Housing Element Updates in the South Bay- Each city and county in California
Each city and county in California is required to have a Housing Element and update it at least every eight years. Updating the Housing Element gives the City a clear picture of housing-related issues such as: housing supply and demand, the types of housing available within the City, housing affordability,…