California housing affordability climbs in first quarter 2019, C.A.R. reports

California housing affordability climbs in first quarter 2019, C.A.R. reports

LOS ANGELES (May 14) – More Californians could afford to purchase a home in the first quarter of 2019 as lower mortgage interest rates and cooler seasonal home prices combined with higher income levels to improve California housing affordability, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.) said today. The percentage of home buyers who could afford […]

Message from C.A.R. President, Jared Martin

Message from C.A.R. President, Jared Martin

Thank you to all of you who attended C.A.R.’s Legislative Day in Sacramento last week. Your attendance made it a great success! Nearly 2,500 of you turned out to hear Gov. Gavin Newsom address us in the morning. Following this year’s theme, “Homeownership Matters,” Newsom spoke about the state’s housing shortage, calling it a “crisis moment.” […]

Call To Action!

AGENTS: WE NEED YOUR HELP!   If you have any information on homeowners who can’t get insurance or who have recently been dropped, email the details to me at jeanne@jeannedansby.com.   The C.A.R. spring meeting is in May in Sacramento and this issue is a CRISIS in our region.   We are gathering as much […]

C.A.R.’s CCRE Catalyst Report Now Available

C.A.R.’s Center for California Real Estate recently released its Catalyst Report, which disseminates the wealth of innovative solutions produced from CCRE’s Real Estate Summit. The Catalyst Report is designed to be used as a resource for stimulating positive housing action within REALTORS®’ own communities, including business, political and social circles. Treat each objective as a […]