Fair Housing Day May 17

C.A.R. Fair Housing Day

Free Virtual Event For C.A.R. MembersMay 17, 2022 REGISTER HERE This single-day fair housing event will feature exciting keynote speakers, industry leaders, and practitioners with deep experience working to expand homeownership opportunities. You’ll learn critical business tools for California’s diverse markets, fair housing basics, and have an opportunity to find out more about how to help Californians from every community become homeowners. Regardless of niche or market, every California REALTOR® should attend this important event! Takeaways: Use the same initial process with each new buyer: consider a checklist.Show buyers every home that meets their criteria that is within their desired regions.Don’t disparage any communities or omit any areas within buyers’ desired regions.Avoid recommending neighborhoods or schools.Review C.A.R.’s Fair Housing and Discrimination Advisory form with all clients.Discuss bias and fair housing responsibilities with sellers and residential investor clients. Reserve your free spot here.Continue reading

Steps To Home Ownership

Steps Towards Homeownership

Financing the Dream of Homeownership Register Today! The STEPS Toward Homeownership program has been cut down into digestible sections providing resources for REALTORS® to educate renters, prospective first-time homebuyers, clients who have had a prior foreclosure or short sale, and Baby Boomers interested in helping their children or grandchildren become responsible homeowners. Experts will share philosophies on: Strategies for Financial Health Trends in the Economic Environment Engaging in the Process\ Products for Success Support from Beginning to End What’s in it for me? Attendees will acquire financial literacy knowledge and strategies to bolster your referral pipelines in the local community and help prospective buyers with financing expectations, down payment assistant options, and FHA vs. conventional loan programs. In addition, we have focused on the REALTOR® view as well, to give a reasonable understanding of how to stay involved, without taking on additional roles.

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