Posted by Robert Calloway on Jan 18, 2020 5:00:00 AM

2019 PSAR President


By Robert Calloway
2019 PSAR President

It was my honor to serve as your 2019 PSAR President. I’d like to take a moment to express my appreciation to the 2019 officers, directors, committee chairs and to every PSAR member.

It was my honor to serve with such a great team.Team spirit is never accidental; it is always intentional. The more credit you give to others, the more you develop a team spirit. It’s that simple. 

You can’t build a team without trust. Trust is the emotional glue that binds a team together. I’m grateful for the trust and loyalty that I received from the PSAR board, staff and every member.

Our theme for 2019 was “Salute to Service.” Thanks to all of you who participated in related events and were dedicated to this theme. It was a year when our members definitely stepped up and served our association by committing themselves to service and to our mission of empowering our members. PSAR’s mission statement is: “We empower our members to flourish while being accountable to each other, our clients and our community.” Our members are also self-empowered to take control of their own destiny and careers.Robert Calloway and opening of Genesee office

Here’s a personal, straight-from-the-shoulder admission: I have learned that nothing is more refreshing than to serve and giveback by getting involved. It’s your attitude that is most important. There’s something very authentic in participating with the desire to help others. Nothing to prove, nothing to lose. So, it was very gratifying to watch in 2019 our members experience greater rewards and the benefits of PSAR membership, as well as a sense of satisfaction, by stepping forward, participating and serving on or in a PSAR committee or an event.

Every PSAR member is unique with different strengths and talents. Every one of us is equipped with different skills and abilities. I’m so grateful that you all gave of yourselves selflessly.Robert Calloway

You shared yourselves and your resources in 2019 on behalf of our association. You are all leaders. All leaders are learners. The moment you stop learning, you stop being a leader. Throughout the year, I witnessed again and again our members willing to learn. I genuinely applaud your performance and care about you. I greatly appreciate your contributions during my year as President.

Your dedication and commitment served as a vital link in the chain which drove our association. Achievement and success don’t happen by accident. Breakthroughs come after hard work and embracing new ideas. I’m thankful for your support of PSAR and the part you played in maintaining our high performance standards and commitment to excellence.

During 2019, there were many highlights. Here are some notable benchmarks and accomplishments:

  • 190 training classes, 23 unique events and 600 marketing sessions;
  • Membership increased by 10 percent
  • Services expanded by opening a third PSAR service center in Clairemont Mesa, at 4340 Genesee Ave., Suite 203, San Diego, labeled the Central San Diego Service Center;
  • A new weekly property marketing pitch meeting was launched, called “City Pitch,” held at 9 a.m. every Tuesday morning, at the PSAR Central San Diego Service Center
  • Significant increase in access to more technology and listing data by joining the California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS)
  • Glide 2.0 and SavvyCard added as new member benefits
  • Our El Cajon office building mortgage paid off
  • $13,500 awarded to four local nonprofits, including South Bay Community Services, Unity 4 Orphans, Meals on Wheels and San Ysidro Health Center, as a result of fundraising at two PSAR events,the PSAR 2019 Realtor Games, held in June, and the PSAR 2019 Zombie Run-Walk, held in October
  • A new Local Area Disclosures (LAD) publication, covering San Diego County, was published in partnership with the North San Diego County Association of REALTORS® (NSDCAR). The new LAD contains disclosure information relating to properties in the San Diego region
  • Recognition by the El Cajon City Council for a grant that created a website featuring resources and information to assist homeless people in the East County
  • Assistance provided to the City of San Diego by writing  the “Companion Unit Handbook,” a 38-page guide to help homeowners better navigate the process of constructing a companion unit, also known as a granny flat or accessory dwelling unit (ADU), on their property
  • Guidance provided to the La Mesa City Council, City of Chula Vista and San Diego County Board of Supervisors on ADUs in support of property owners and as a way to address the region’s housing supply and affordability crisis 
  • Organization of “Small Homes, Big Impact,” a free forum and resource fair on ADUs that was sponsored by AARP, formerly the American Association of Retired Persons, and held in October at the La Mesa Community Center
  • Promotion of the CRMLS/Mexico MLS data-share as a presenter at the AMPI (Asociacion Mexicana de Profesionales Inmobiliarios) national convention (AMPI is Mexico’s counterpart to the National Association of REALTORS®)
  • Development of relationships with Baja Associations via meetings in Los Cabos and La Paz
  • Hosting of the second annual Global Council Forum, that featured speakers offering tips on how to deal with financial, legal and cultural differences and work deals with international agents from other countries
  • Recognition by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association with a Golden Watchdog Award for PSAR’s assistance to the San Diego County Assessor’s Office with a program that is helping disabled military veterans achieve homeownership
  • Recognition by the California Board of Equalization (BOE), a state agency, for PSAR’s leadership role in a housing affordability program that is assisting disabled military veterans in San Diego achieve homeownership, stay in their homes and save money on their property taxes
  • Advising the San Diego County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk on a number of homeownership initiatives that assisted more than 8,000 local disabled veterans, a 30 percent increase from the previous year
  • Coordinating the trip of 27 REALTORS® to Sacramento to advocate for homeownership
  • Hosting Mike Ferry's massive sales training event

In conclusion, let me encourage all of you to continue to stay involved by volunteering and serving on a PSAR committee. Don’t just show-up, volunteer. Find your passions, utilize your strengths, be a participant, not just an observer and you will get more out of PSAR. You will develop your skills, advance your career and the experience will be rewarding to you both personally and professionally. While no one is capable of doing everything, everyone is capable of doing something. All of us can extend the reach of PSAR by building relationships and spreading the word about the many benefits PSAR offers.Robert and PSAR new members

In 2020, take advantage of the available opportunities as we work together and commit ourselves to increase business and leadership opportunities and develop relationships. Together, let’s send one very clear, strong, unmistakable message that we are here to build business networks and community, share resources and experiences, develop professionally through educational opportunities, contribute to economic development and influence the real estate industry’s future. Thanks for being a committed member to PSAR in 2019. It was a wonderful year. Fair Winds and Following Seas!

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How will these proposed land use changes impact your clients?

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jan 17, 2020 1:58:23 PM

No on Prop A and Fire Insurance Updates

Friday | January 31st | 9:00 AM

~ Breakfast provided ~

PSAR East Office
1150 Broadway, El Cajon, CA 92021

Register Here

Why Vote No on Proposition A

No on Prop AGuest Speaker – Tony Manolatos

Learn why this measure will stop growth in both the county and cities who will introduce similar no growth measures to stop new home building.

Proposition A will:
    • Harm our economy and make our housing crisis worse
    • Drive young homebuyers away and cause them to commute long distances
    • Cost taxpayers $76 million to hold costly elections

State FAIR Plan Update
Fire Insurance Access for County Homeowners

Fire Insurance UpdateGuest Speakers – Ronn Hall,  Ronn Hall Insurance and Notary Services   
                              Phillip Irwin, California FAIR Plan Association

Learn the current state rules that apply when insurance companies notify homeowners of non-renewal of their insurance policies and how using the state FAIR plan could help homeowners stay continuously insured.

Assembly Bill 1816 will:
    • Require insurers to provide at least a 75-day notice when they non-renew (cancel) a homeowners’ policy that expires
      on or after July 1, 2020.

Friday | January 31st | 9:00 AM
1150 Broadway, El Cajon, CA 92021
Register Here

We hope to see you there.

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Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jan 14, 2020 5:08:11 PM

This is your chance to have a voice & make a difference.

PSAR cocktails and Collaboration Happy Hour

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

All San Diego REALTORS® and Affiliates are welcome to join us


PSAR invites you to our Cocktails & Collaboration happy hour networking event
where you can meet the current committees to find your fit. 

• Joining a committee will allow you to help shape the real estate industry

• You will establish credibility in your field

• Collaborate with industry leaders

• Grab a drink with us and enjoy complimentary food •

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Buffalo Wild Wings
1640 Camino Del Rio North, #1376, San Diego, CA 92108

No Need to RSVP, BUT IF YOU DO by Tuesday 1/21/20 at 12:00 noon,
you will be entered into an exclusive drawing.


Thank you to our Sponsors!

Finance of America Mortgage          Arbor Financial Group            Eaton Escrow

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Posted by Rick Griffin on Jan 10, 2020 5:30:00 PM

PSAR Committee & Cocktails Happy Hour


By Robert Cromer
2020 PSAR President

I have never been the kind of person who likes to sit back and watch from the sidelines. Instead, I prefer to get involved. That’s why I have chose to be involved in leadership at PSAR. I encourage you to participate as well.

So, let me take this opportunity to invite you to attend PSAR’s inaugural “2020 Committees and Cocktails,” a free event with complimentary food from 3 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Buffalo Wild Wings, 1640 Camino del Rio North, in San Diego’s Mission Valley. This special event will include information on a number of different PSAR committees. Members of these committees will have representatives located throughout the restaurant’s meeting room, with whom attendees can meet and network.

As one of San Diego’s largest trade organizations for San Diego-area REALTORS® with more than 3,100 members, PSAR features a number of committees and councils, including Affiliate, Charity, Education and Technology,  Finance, Government Affairs, Global Real Estate Council, Marketing and Young Professionals Network.

Committees and Cocktails will be a one-stop opportunity for all PSAR members to gather more information while deciding on their involvement in our association’s committees and leadership roles. In addition, REALTORS® from other associations can discover what PSAR has to offer in an informal social setting.

2020 Committees and Cocktails will include free appetizers and a raffle with prizes. A cash bar will offer happy-hour drink specials. All PSAR members plus all REALTORS® in San Diego County, regardless of association membership, are invited to attend Committees and Cocktails.

Committees and Cocktails is your opportunity to:

• Connect with New People

• Get exposed to new realtor tools

• Give Back to the Community

• Achieve & Receive Recognition

• Shine as a Leader

• Grow as an Individual

• Gain New Business

• Thrive in 2020!

All San Diego County Realtors & Affiliates are Invited!



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Coffee and Learn | Wake-up YPN

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jan 10, 2020 4:13:57 PM

Wake- Up YPN with Miranda Franks

Friday | January 17th | 8:30am-9:30am

Black Bear Diner | 1025 Fletcher Pkwy, El Cajon, CA 92020

YPN welcomes you to a 'Coffee and Learn' session with guest speaker probate attorney, Miranda Franks

  • Miranda Franks has comprehensive experience in estate planning and business planning, litigation involving senior placement and caring, and estate and trust disputes.
  • Miranda received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her law degree from Thomas Jefferson Law School.

  • She is actively involved in educational programs within the San Diego legal community, and is regularly invited to speak at seminars on the subjects of estate planning and probate.

We hope to see you there.

Thank You to our Wake-Up YPN Sponsors 

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and Thank You to our Annual Sponsors 

Rancho Ted         Navy Federal Real Estate Lending      California Preferred Escrow

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Education that will boost your business. CRMLs for February

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jan 9, 2020 12:08:55 PM

Become Stronger and more flexible! take a class.


4340 Genesee Ave., #203
San Diego, CA 92117
1150 Broadway, #100
El Cajon, CA 92021
880 Canarios Ct., #100
Chula Vista, CA 91910

LionDesk will do the work for you


LionDesk is an end-to-end solution for collecting, routing, and following up on leads.

• LionDesk is a simple customer relationship management (CRM) tool
• Helps real estate professionals manage their contacts
• Learn how to collect, route, and follow up on leads
• Automate follow up reminders
• Send direct communication to clients, including emails and texts
• integrate with Cloud CMA, ShowingTime and Remine

CENTRAL |  February  13 @ 9:00 AM ............... REGISTER
EAST | February  19 @ 9:00 AM ............... REGISTER
SOUTH | February  25 @ 9:00 AM ............... REGISTER

Get ahead, Stay ahead 


Remine is a software platform that combines property records, data visualization, tracking, and predictive analytics to predict which properties are most likely to go up for sale soon.

• Remine offers a mobile app, client portal, and CMA generator.
• Make the most of Remine's in-depth property data predictive analytics
• Make the most of over two billion property records
• Learn how to build your own property tracking databases


CENTRAL |  February  13 @ 10:00 AM ............... REGISTER
EAST | February  19 @ 10:00 AM ............... REGISTER
SOUTH | February  25 @ 10:00 AM ............... REGISTER

Be the master of your Paragon

Paragon - Agent Essentials

This course will provide you with an overview and solid foundation on how to use the CRMLS Paragon platform. Whether you are a new real estate professional, or getting back into the business, this course is a great place to start. In this course, you will learn

• What’s on the Home Page
• How to set up your email signature, photos, and message
• How to create, save, print, and email basic property searches

CENTRAL |  February  13 @ 11:00 AM ............... REGISTER
EAST | February  19 @ 11:00 AM ............... REGISTER
SOUTH | February  25 @ 11:00 AM ............... REGISTER


CRMLS February Classes


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Learn about Gadgets and Apps that will make your life more efficient

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jan 8, 2020 4:57:34 PM


11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Mike White, Chairman of the PSAR Tech committee, will introduce you to new gadgets and apps.


~ Lunch will be Provided ~

                   Register PSAR                                          Register Eventbrite

Thank you to our sponsor :



Join us for another informative Tech Lunch & Learn, sponsored by the PSAR Tech Committee. Admission is free! This class is open to any REALTOR® or Affiliate in San Diego County, regardless of whether or not you’re a member of
Pacific Southwest Association of REALTORS®

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Help your clients by Staying Current - 2020 housing market Update

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jan 7, 2020 4:26:48 PM

Help your clients by gaining the knowledge you need.

2020 C.A.R. Housing Update

2020 Market Update with Oscar Wei

Oscar Wei contributes frequently to C.A.R.’s market analysis articles, Housing Matters blog, and Market Snapshot, and has written on topics like housing supply, distressed sales, housing tax policy, housing affordability, and many other subjects relevant to the real estate industry.

Oscar Wei is the Senior Economist for the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.). Wei analyzes housing market conditions, consumer behavior, and public policy issues through the use of transactional data and survey research studies conducted by C.A.R. He assumes the managerial responsibility of data mining and analyzing housing market statistics released to the public on a regular basis.

Oscar’s areas of expertise are:

• Economic and Policy Analysis              â€˘ Trends identification
• Housing Markets: U.S., CA,                  â€˘ Housing market forecast
• Analytics in real estate finance              â€˘ Survey planning
• Consumer research in real estate

He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley and a Master of Science Degree in Economics from the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

• Lunch Will be Served •

South County PSAR Service Center

Tuesday, February 4th, 2020
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

880 Canarios Court, Chula Vista, CA 91910

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Posted by Rick Griffin on Jan 3, 2020 4:40:39 PM

Voice of Real Estate.

San Diego County’s housing market saw a slight increase in home sale prices but a drop in the number of sales in November 2019, according to a recent report from the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.).

The median sales price of an existing single-family home in San Diego County in November, 2019 was $659,000, compared to $652,000 in October, 2019 and $626,000 in November, 2018. That’s an increase of only 1.1 percent comparing November to October. 2019, and an increase of 5.3 percent in a comparison of November, 2019 to November, 2018.

Meanwhile, San Diego home sales in November, 2019 saw a decrease of 9.3 percent, compared to October, 2019, but a 10 percent increase in a comparison of November, 2019 to November, 2018.County Sales and Price Activity

Statewide, it was a different story in November 2019, when home sales and prices retreated.

The statewide median price decreased by 2.6 percent from $605,280 in October, 2019 to $589,770 in November 2019, marking the first time in seven months the median price was under $600,000. November, 2019’s median price was up 6.4 percent from $554,240 in November, 2018. The year-over-year price increase was the largest gain in nearly a year and a half since July 2018.

The number of closed escrow sales of existing, single-family detached homes statewide in November 2019 was down 0.3 percent to 402,880, compared to 404,240 in October, 2019, but up 5.6 percent from home sales in November, 2018 with a revised total of 381,690. Year-to-date statewide home sales were down 1.9 percent in November, 2019.

The statewide annualized sales figure based on information collected by C.A.R. from more than 90 local REALTOR® associations and MLSs statewide represents what would be the total number of homes sold during 2019 if sales maintained the November pace throughout the year. It is adjusted to account for seasonal factors that typically influence home sales.

After 15 straight months of year-over-year increases, active listings fell for the fifth straight month, dropping 22.5 percent from year ago. The decline was the third consecutive double-digit drop and the largest since April 2013. The sharp drop in active listings and slight uptick in year-over-year sales put a dent in housing inventory. The Unsold Inventory Index (UII), which is a ratio of inventory over sales, was 3.1 months in November, up slightly from 3.0 months in October but down sharply from 3.7 months in November 2018. It was the second lowest level in the last 17 months. The index measures the number of months it would take to sell the supply of homes on the market at the current sales rate. 

“While statewide home sales and prices eased back slightly as the housing market continued to move into the off season, a favorable lending environment continues to draw interest from buyers who want to take advantage of low rates,” said 2020 C.A.R. President Jeanne Radsick, a second-generation REALTOR® from Bakersfield, Calif. â€śThe upper end of the market, in particular, is showing some welcomed improvement in recent months as both sales and prices posted mild growth from a year ago in November.”

 â€śWe’re seeing a more robust market in the second half of the year, driven primarily by the lowest interest rates in nearly three years,” said C.A.R. Senior Vice President and Chief Economist Leslie Appleton-Young. â€śWhile uncertainties and supply constraints will continue to dictate the market outlook in 2020, the California housing market will likely wrap up 2019 in slightly better shape than previously thought.”  

With prices rising faster in recent months while supply continued to shrink, home sellers’ optimism improved both month-over-month and year-over-year. According to a monthly Google poll conducted by C.A.R. in December, slightly more than half (51 percent) believe it is a good time to sell, up from 47 percent a month ago, and up from 46 percent a year ago. Buyers, however, remain uncertain about the current housing market conditions as less than one-fourth of respondents (24 percent) believe that it is a good time to buy now, lower than last year (25 percent), when interest rates were more than 100 basis points higher.

Other key points from the November 2019 resale housing report included:

-- At the regional level, non-seasonally adjusted sales rose on an annual basis in all major regions, except the San Francisco Bay Area. Southern California increased the most at 4.6 percent, followed by Central Coast (1.0 percent) and Central Valley (0.6 percent).

-- Also, regionally speaking, median home prices rose from a year ago in all major regions with Southern California recording the largest gain (7.5 percent), followed by Central Valley (6.3 percent), Central Coast (3.3 percent) and the Bay Area (2.2 percent).

-- In the Southern California region, median home prices grew in every county, led by Los Angeles County, which recorded a 7.4 percent jump from a year ago. The six counties in the Southern California region posted an average year-to-year price gain of 5 percent in November.

-- Statewide, the median number of days it took to sell a California single-family home fell from a year ago, declining to 25 days in November 2019 from 28 days in November 2018.  That compares to 24 days in October 2019, 24 days in September 2019, 23 days in August 2019 and 21 days in July 2019.

-- In San Diego County, the median number of days a home remained unsold on the market in November 2019 decreased five days in a year-over-year comparison, from 22 days in November 2018 to 17 days in November 2019. Unsold Inventory and days on market

-- The statewide sales-price-to-list-price ratio was 98.4 percent in November, 2019, up from 97.9 percent in November, 2018. That compares to 98.5 percent in October and September, 2019, 98.7 percent in August, 2019 and 99.0 percent in July 2019. Sales-to-list-price ratio is an indicator that reflects the negotiation power of home buyers and home sellers under current market conditions. The ratio is calculated by dividing the final sales price of a property by its last list price and is expressed as a percentage. A sales-to-list ratio with 100 percent or above suggests that the property sold for more than the list price, and a ratio below 100 percent indicates that the price sold below the asking price.

-- The 30-year, fixed-mortgage interest rate averaged 3.70 percent in November, down from 4.87 percent in November, 2018, according to Freddie Mac. The five-year, adjustable mortgage interest rate was an average of 3.41 percent, compared to 4.11 percent in November, 2018.

In other recent real estate and economic news, according to news reports:

-- San Diego will be the hottest major home market for California in 2020, according to a group of more than 100 economists and housing experts who participated in a Zillow study. The experts are predicting a more sluggish year of price increases across the nation, but a quarter of panelists expect San Diego home values will grow faster than the national rate, 39 percent said they would grow slower and 37 percent said it would be able the same.

-- Also according to Zillow, the median value of a single-family home was $600,560 in November, marking a 1.7 percent year-over-year increase. Nationwide, the home value growth in November reached its lowest point since January, 2013.

-- According to CoreLogic, San Diego County’s median home price hit an all-time high of $594,455 in November 2019, pushed up by declining inventory and dropping interest rates. The previous high in the county was $590,000 in June 2019.

-- The latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices report shows a marked slowdown in residential real estate appreciation in San Diego, with a 0.2 percent price decline in October, 2019 and a revised estimate of no change in September, 2019. Nevertheless, San Diego prices were still 2.9 percent higher in October, 2019 compared to a year ago.

-- San Diego County continues to be one of the least affordable markets to buy a home in the U.S., according to an Attom Data Solutions report. The real estate analytics company found that a San Diegan with an annual wage of $62,907 would need to spend 63.1 percent of his or her income to buy a $570,000 home.

-- San Diego County experienced the largest decline in active listing inventory in the nation in November, 2019, falling 28.1 percent in a year-over-year comparison, according to a Realtor.com report. The online real estate data company also said the region's median list price rose 8.4 percent year-over-year in November. Realtor.com placed the median listing price of a single-family home in San Diego at $715,000.

-- The amount of money that San Diegans spent on rent has increased greatly over the past 10 years. Renters in San Diego County spent $86.2 billion on housing over the decade as rent prices steadily increased, according to Zillow. From January 2010 to December 2019, San Diegans saw the amount they spent on rent increase 53.6 percent. That’s based on a Zillow estimate of median rent in January, 2010 of $1,997 a month and $2,548 a month now.

-- San Diego ended the year with the distinction of being the ninth most expensive rental market among the 10 largest U.S. cities. Zumper, a national online rental listings site, reported that the median monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in San Diego was $1,780 in December. A two bedroom apartment went for $2,350. Tech-mecca San Francisco was the priciest U.S. rental market at $3,490 for a one-bedroom unit and $4,500 for two.

-- The unemployment rate in San Diego County remained at near 20-year lows in November 2019 at 2.9 percent. San Diego County’s jobless rate is one of the lowest in California and below the national rate of 3.3 percent. San Diego’s rate hit 2.7 percent in May, based on revised numbers, which was the lowest since December 1999.


Topics: Marketing, Industry

Expand your business by becoming a Notary Public

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jan 2, 2020 2:27:43 PM

California Notary Public classes are here for 2020.  We make it easy!

2020 Notary Public Classes

Take this course to become a new California Notary Public or to renew your Notary Commission. If you are renewing it is recommended that you take the State Exam 6-12 months in advance to account for processing times. Upon completion of registration you will receive a link to read the State Notary Handbook and study 138 sample questions that will prepare you to pass!

Presented by Duane Gomer, Inc., an approved Notary Education Vendor with the Secretary of State.

Items to bring with you:

• Photo ID
• $40 check made out to "Secretary of State"
• Two #2 pencils
• One 2" x 2" color photo of you

Schedule for all classes:

8:15 AM: Check In
8:30 AM - 3:45 PM: Class
3:45 PM - 4:35 PM: Test

Class Dates

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Cost: $105.00 Members | $130 Non-Members

South PSAR Service Center | Friday | February 21st | 8:30am - 5:00pm
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East PSAR Service Center | Friday | July 17th | 8:30am - 5:00pm
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Central PSAR Service Center | Friday | November 6th | 8:30am - 5:00pm
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~ Please check-in at 8:45am, Class starts at 9:00am ~

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