2014 Honorary Member of the Year-Dusty Sullivan 2014 Affiliate of the Year-Liz Baeza 2014 REALTOR of the Year – Sandy Crichton It’s Official…We have moved! It’s Official… We have moved! It’s Official…   We Have Moved! It’s Official…  We have moved!
2014 Honorary Member of the Year-Dusty Sullivan
Dusty Sullivan was honored with the 2014 Honorary Member of the Year award at this years Board of Directors Installation. The Honorary Membership is an award given to a member of the Placer County Association of REALTORS who has been a member of the Association for 15+ years; has contributed substantially to the success of the Association through Leadership, Committee, and/or Task Force Involvement; and who has earned the respect of his/her peers. The local dues is waived each year for Recipients of the Honorary Membership Award.
2014 Affiliate of the Year-Liz Baeza
Liz Baeza was honored with the 2014 Affiliate of the Year award at this years Board of Directors Installation. The Affiliate of the Year award is the highest honor given to an Affiliate member of the Placer County Association of REALTORS. The recipient is selected by the Board of Directors after reviewing all applications received from the membership. The purpose of the award is to recognize Affiliates who demonstrate service beyond the ordinary to their profession and community and an individual who has earned overall respect from their peers and the REALTOR industry. Also pictured is our 2013 Affiliate of the Year, Randy Carter.
2014 REALTOR of the Year – Sandy Crichton
Sandy Crichton was honored with the 2014 REALTOR of the Year award at this years Board of Directors Installation. The REALTOR of the Year award is the highest honor given to a REALTOR member of the Placer County Association of REALTORS. The recipient is selected by the Board of Directors after reviewing all applications received from the membership. The purpose of the award is to recognize REALTORS who demonstrate service beyond the ordinary to their profession and community, a reputation for ethical conduct with public and profession, and an individual who has earned an overall respect from their peers. Also pictured is our 2013 REALTOR of the Year, Jennifer Klein.
It’s Official…We have moved!
We have officially moved into our new facility at 270 Technology Way, Suite 100, Rocklin CA.
It’s Official… We have moved!
We have officially moved into our new facility at 270 Technology Way, Suite 100, Rocklin CA.
It’s Official… We Have Moved!
We have officially moved into our new facility at 270 Technology Way, Suite 100, Rocklin CA.
It’s Official… We have moved!
We have officially moved into our new facility at 270 Technology Way, Suite 100, Rocklin CA.

2016/2017 Board of Directors Applications Are Now Being Accepted!

2016/2017 Board of Directors Applications Are Now Being Accepted!

Are you interested in being a part of our Leadership team? Being in the forefront representing our membership, enhancing the organization’s programs and services? If so, this is your opportunity to potentially serve on the Placer County Association of REALTORS’ Board of Directors.

If you are interested in running for a Board position, contact any of the Nominating committee members below or print an application and fax it to the Association at 916-303-7608. All applications will be reviewed by the REALTOR Nominating Committee. If you are nominated by the Nominating Committee to run in the election you will see your name announced via the Weekly Newsletter on Monday, June 1st.

There will be four (4) vacancies for REALTOR Directors, one (1) vacancy for Secretary/Treasurer, and one (1) vacancy for President-Elect.

REALTOR Nominating Committee

Rick Bluhm – 530-906-9178 - rickbluhm@re4u.net

Gloria Doze – 916-768-1845 – gdoze@aol.com

Maxine Feil – 916-768-5133 – maxine.feil@cbnorcal.com

Ben Herb – 916-223-7000 – benherb24@hotmail.com

John Hughes – 916-759-1913john@guidantrealty.com

Jennifer Klein – 916-678-1552jen@jenklein.com

Kim Tucker – 916-223-2325kimltucker100@gmail.com

Click on the link below to print an application and supporting documentation.

REALTOR Application

 

 

CA Emergency Water Conservation Regulation: Avoid exposing your clients property to fines

PCAR GAD Susan Rohan reminds our membership that if you are accepting an obligation from a seller to take care of his/her outdoor landscape while a property is on the market, you ​might want to take care to ​avoid exposing the property owner to potential ​fines for certain activities such as: washing down sidewalks and driveways, watering outdoor landscapes in a manner that causes excess runoff, washing a motor vehicle with a  house that is not fitted with a shut-off nozzle, operating a fountain or decorative water feature that is not a recirculating system, and irrigating turf or ornamental landscapes during a rain event or during the 48 hours following measurable precipitation.

​Fore more info, click here.​

 

Protecting YOUR livelihood could win you a VISA gift card and a FREE bus trip to Legislative Day 2015!

Legislative Day is right around the corner! Mark your calendars and register to attend this remarkable event where your fellow REALTORS unite in downtown Sacramento to make a difference and continue the fight for private property rights and the real estate industry. To register for Legislative Day, e-mail Jessica Morales at jmorales@pcaor.com.

You can also get involved with our very own REALTOR Action Fund (RAF) Awareness campaign where two winners will receive a $200 visa gift card and one winner will receive a $100 visa gift card. All you have to do is contribute at least $20 to RAF and you will be entered to win one of the visa gift cards or contribute at least $49 to get a free ride on the PCAR express bus to Legislative Day on April 22nd.

Why Support the REALTOR Action Fund?

RAF has helped preserve Dual Agency, has prevented Point of Sale Retrofits and still we continue fighting Mortgage Interest Deductibility.

The GOOD: We have been able to avoid 1. $225 Per-Transaction Recording Fee (Transfer Tax): CAR stands ready to fight any future proposals! 2. 3% independent contractor withholding: 3 times within the last 5 years the legislature has proposed an acceleration of income tax payment in the form of 3% withholding. 3. Service Tax: Sales tax on services including ALL real estate related services.

The BAD: GSE & Mortgage Reform: This could significantly increase down payment requirements, limit the amount of mortgage money available, and raise interest rates! POINT OF SALE: Point-of-Sale: Point-of-Sale mandates are always a threat… stay tuned! INCREASED RECORDING FEES: This will return as the state struggles to find revenues to replace expended one time housing bond monies with an ongoing revenue stream.

The UGLY: What will your business look like if these threats become a reality?

Make a difference and contribute TODAY!

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