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Free Unlimited Document Storage inside zipForm®! zipVault® is an online filing cabinet for members to store unlimited transactional documents online within a zipForm® account.zipVault® serves as a digital repository to save your real estate transaction and all related materials. With zipVault® you can save additional documents such as MLS comps, personal notes, Realist tax record reports, hotsheets, brochures, photos and flyers, all while extending the file retention time to 5 years! You can also share select documents with any recipient of your choosing. A unique web link can be emailed... Read more »

Free Webinar: Enhance Your Marketing Efforts

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 2014, 2 P.M. – 3 P.M. PST FREE FOR ALL C.A.R. MEMBERS. C.A.R. knows that as a REALTOR® you’re always on the lookout for information you can share with your clients. That’s why we provide you with valuable data, statistics, and compelling articles that you can easily share via social media, your mailings, and your other marketing materials. Join C.A.R.’s Chief Technology Officer, Josh Sharfman, for a fun, informative, and free webinar to discover various tools and information C.A.R. provides to assist you with your marketing. He’ll also show you... Read more »

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CAR Market Matters

Talking Points … National home prices remained mostly flat over the winter, while distressed saturation over the month of March remained stable at 21.8 percent, according to a Clear Capital home data market report. Low-tier home price gains in the last quarter have slowed to just 1.2 percent, which is a big difference from 3.7 percent a year ago. The report states that “The key to overall market progress and stability in 2014 will lie in the transition from investor to traditional home buyer demand […] Should prices remain stable, home buyer confidence will build, supporting a balanced... Read more »

CAR Legal Update

FLOOD INSURANCE CHANGES Property owners in flood zones are likely to get relief under a bill recently signed by the President. Under the bill (1) sales will no longer trigger immediate premium increases, and (2) properties that complied with prior flood map requirements will be grandfathered, which would likely mean that insurers may not require elevation certificates at sale to obtain flood insurance. In response to homeowners around the country experiencing large increases in flood insurance premiums and to the increased costs at sale due to the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012... Read more »

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