Tahoe Sierra Board of REALTORS®

Serving the North Tahoe and Truckee region since 1957

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Tahoe Sierra Board of REALTORS®

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To provide trusted leadership by promoting the highest level of professionalism and ethics among our members ensuring their respect and success within the community.

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The Tahoe Sierra Board of REALTORS® enhances the ability of its’ Members to practice their profession ethically and effectively through communication, training and accountability.

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Monthly Message from C.A.R. President Chris Kutzkey

Dear CAR Member, By now you should have received a request from C.A.R. to act on a Call for Action asking you to contact your member of Congress to oppose a proposal to tax mortgages to pay for highways. While the U.S. Senate has already passed the bill, the House has not passed its version of the legislation. I’m urging you to contact your representative and ask him or her to oppose the mortgage tax buried in H.R. 22, the Senate version of the Highway Bill. This tax will cost the average California home buyer more than $8,000 over the life of their mortgage. However, the tax has nothing to do with covering the costs and risks of a home buyer’s mortgage. In 2011, Congress needed more money to extend the unemployment benefits that were going to expire.  To pass a six-month extension, they included a tax on conventional home buyers by increasing the monthly fee charged on mortgages and transferring the money to the general fund.  This provision mandated all conventional mortgages originated until 2021 must have this tax.  The Senate transportation bill will extend this tax to fund roads until 2025 unless the House of Representatives stops them. In addition to contacting your representative, please ask your clients to take action as well by contacting their member of Congress by visiting the No Mortgage Tax website. Over the past few months, I’ve informed you of various roundtable discussions C.A.R. has held as part of our Center for California Real Estate initiative. The center recently convened a roundtable to discuss the economic and policy challenges that will shape the... read more

CAR Market Matters

Talking Points … Construction spending during August 2015 came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $1,086.2 billion, 0.7 percent above the revised July estimate of $1,079.1 billion, the U.S. Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce. The August figure is 13.7 percent above the August 2014 estimate of $955.0 billion. During the first 8 months of this year, construction spending amounted to $683.4 billion, 9.8 percent above the $622.4 billion for the same period in... read more

Not-to-Miss Sessions at EXPO

Along with celebrating C.A.R.’s 110th anniversary, EXPO 2015 offers three days full of opportunities to discover new strategies, gain momentum, and channel energies as we look forward to 2016. Choose from more than 30 free sessions, including our phenomenal EXPO panel sessions covering the relevant industry issues impacting you and your business. Here are some sessions you won’t want to miss: Top Producer Panel: Teams and Tech: Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1:45 p.m. – 3 p.m. Hear from some of California’s top-producing agents as they talk about how they use teams and/or tech to stand out from their competition. Hear about their success stories and strategies. The Influence of International Investors in California Real Estate: Wednesday, Oct. 7, 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. Experts discuss how internationally driven projects, including their financing, are transforming the real estate landscape of the Golden State and the impact on affordable housing. The State of Housing in the Bay Area: The Tech Boom’s Impact on Real Estate: Wednesday, Oct. 7, 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Experts and academics discuss the Bay Area’s struggle with escalating housing costs as Silicon Valley’s booming economy drives up demand and prices. What Lies ahead for California’s Real Estate Markets? Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1:45 p.m. – 3 p.m. Leslie Appleton-Young talks with four experts in the field of economics, finance, and real estate about the possible impacts of rising mortgage rates, affordability, worsening water shortage, the growing boomer/millennial divide, slowing price appreciation, and more. Do You Know What’s at Stake? How New Entrants and Seasoned Players are Affecting the Real Estate Landscape Today: Thursday, Oct. 8, 9:30 a.m. –... read more