The Beverly Hills Real Estate Blog 7-1-13
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From CAR this week’s news!
- Would 1 percent hike in mortgage rates stall housing?
- Making "green" more affordable
C.A.R. sets the record straight on forms usage
In the past several days, misleading and inaccurate information about C.A.R., its forms software product, and its relationships with its vendors has been circulated. So, for the record, here are the facts.
C.A.R. sets the record straight on why it won't partner with dotloop.
C.A.R.’s Standard Forms protect members and their clients
An industry article was recently published about the use of C.A.R.’s Standard Forms by unauthorized software providers. C.A.R.’s real estate forms are the “gold standard” in California real estate. Our forms are developed with REALTOR® input to create forms that best meet the needs of its members. Here’s how C.A.R. protects its members in the development of its forms.
Health insurance is changing in 2014
Most REALTORS® will be required to have qualifying health insurance or pay a penalty.
Nominations open for the C.A.R. Champions of Home Awards
C.A.R. would like to invite its members to nominate a California REALTOR® who has gone the extra mile for a client.
C.A.R. statement on mortgage finance reform bill
Bill will lower loan limits in high-cost areas, thereby making it more difficult for California home buyers to get equal access to affordable mortgage capital and reducing homeownership opportunities.
May pending and distressed home sales
Equity home sales in California continued to grow in May, making up nearly four of every five home sales.
SB 30, which provides tax relief to those who are selling a home in a short sale, will now be considered in the state Assembly.
May home sales and price report
Bolstered by strong sales in higher-priced regions, California median home price records largest year-to-year gain since 1980.
C.A.R. reports 1st quarter 2013 housing affordability
Higher home prices put a dent in California’s housing affordability during the first quarter of 2013.
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