It’s Official…We have moved!
It’s Official…We have moved!
We have moved into our new building at 270 Technology Way, Rocklin CA 96765. We will be open normal hours on Tuesday, Novmber 18th!

We Have Moved!

We have moved into our new building at 270 Technology Way, Ste 100, Rocklin CA 95765.

Our regular hours will resume Tuesday, November 18th — 8am to 5pm.

No changes to phones or email.

Applications for REALTOR, Affiliate and Honorary Member of the Year are now being accepted!

It’s that time of year again to start thinking of who deserves the title of REALTOR, Affiliate and Honorary Member of the Year! If you know who that special person is, fill out the appropriate application and send it in before December 4, 2014 at 5 p.m.  The recipients are selected by the Board of Directors after reviewing all applications received from the membership.  The winners will be announced at the 2015 Installation on the evening of Thursday, January 15th at the new PCAR building at 270 Technology way, suite 100 Rocklin 95765. If you have any questions contact Jessica Morales at jmorales@pcaor.com or 916-303-7608.

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Open House Safety Tips

Open houses can be a great sales tool—but hosting one also exposes you to numerous unfamiliar people for the first time. Take these steps to stay safe:

1. If possible, always try to have at least one other person working with you at the open house.

2. Check your cell phone’s strength and signal prior to the open house. Have emergency numbers programmed on speed dial.

3. Upon entering a house for the first time, check all rooms and determine several “escape” routes. Make sure all deadbolt locks are unlocked to facilitate a faster escape.

4. Make sure that if you were to escape by the back door, you could escape from the backyard. Frequently, high fences surround yards that contain swimming pools or hot tubs.

5. Have all open house visitors sign in. Ask for full name, address, phone number and e-mail.

6. When showing the house, always walk behind the prospect. Direct them; don’t lead them. Say, for example, “The kitchen is on your left,” and gesture for them to go ahead of you.

7. Avoid attics, basements, and getting trapped in small rooms.

8. Notify someone in your office, your answering service, a friend or a relative that you will be calling in every hour on the hour. And if you don’t call, they are to call you.

9. Inform a neighbor that you will be showing the house and ask if he or she would keep an eye and ear open for anything out of the ordinary.

10. Don’t assume that everyone has left the premises at the end of an open house. Check all of the rooms and the backyard prior to locking the doors. Be prepared to defend yourself, if necessary.

(Sources: Washington Real Estate Safety Council; City of Mesa, Arizona; Nevada County Board of REALTORS; Georgia Real Estate Commission).

Visit NAR’s REALTOR® Safety Web site at www.REALTOR.org/Safety

This article is part of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®’ REALTOR® Safety Resources Kit.