In case you missed it, here is a brief (1 hr 54 min) discussion about the new RPA and other related ancillary forms.
The new C.A.R. RPA form (Residential Purchase Agreement) is now available for your review. The form can be downloaded effective today. Get more information from C.A.R. here. Curious what the changes are between the old and the new. Preview the deltas here. Did your eyes just glaze over flipping through all those changes! We strongly encourage you to take advantage of the resources C.A.R. has made available to REALTORS®. NOTE: There is still one scheduled RPA live training webinar to be given by C.A.R. on December 29. Here is one great oppoturnity to get your burning questions answered. If that were not enough, to get a jumpstart on all the changes, visit our YouTube channel to hear straight from our own resident expert and C.A.R. MLS board member Rick Bonyadi! Rick gave a 1 hour 54 minute overview at our Town Hall on Wednesday, 12/15/21. About the C.A.R. Residential Purchase...Continue reading
You may have heard by now that a new California Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA) is coming your way! The New RPA will replace the one you’re using in just a few weeks. GAOR is teaming up with the California Association of REALTORS® to offer you a comprehensive four-hour course for the New RPA at a special rate. If you sign up for the December 7 webinar we will extend you a 33% discount! Rather than the normal price of $75, you pay just $50. That’s a $25 instant savings – but you have to sign up at the link below, and you must sign up no later than December 2. The RPA is the cornerstone of every successful real estate transaction in California. There are several essential concepts, principles, and facts about this form that all REALTORS® should know. Get detailed instruction about how to properly complete and use the...
Defensible space is the “buffer zone” that homeowners create between a structure on the property and any flammable grass, trees, shrubs, or wildland area that surround it. There are state and local laws that require certain property owners to maintain defensible space on their property. Read The C.A.R. Quick Guide