Instructed by Attorney Pablo Palomino
• Why vesting is the single-most-important decision to make next to owning real estate
• What a trust is NOT
• Preventing Probate
Thursday, June 18th | 10:30 am
Or Call: 619-421-7811
Instructed by Attorney Pablo Palomino
Or Call: 619-421-7811
CRMLS Top Violations Overview and The Clear Cooperation Policy
Understand where MLS rules come from, and why they must be enforced. Look at the process of identifying a violation, issuing a citation, citation tier system, and citation resolution.
Or Call: 619-421-7811
It's a good time to build your business. In response to the current crisis, PSAR is subsidizing this NAR class to Empower REALTORS® to do more business by growing your international real estate business.Once you earn a CIPS designation, you will have access to the information, research, network, and tools to globalize your business.
In these courses you will acquire the knowledge to present investment information to international clients--in their currency and area. You will learn how to measure investment performance, prepare financial projections, and understand the effects of taxes and exchange rates on investment.
Designees are relied upon as expert resources in the international real estate market. This designation may be earned after successfully completing the intensive program of study focusing on critical aspects of transnational transactions, including currency and exchange rate issues, cross-cultural relationships, regional market conditions, investment performance, tax issues and more. U.S. members must be a REALTOR® and a member of the National Association of REALTORS®. To earn the designation participants must attend all classes listed below.
Space is limited and at this price (normally $500+) the class will fill up fast!
$200* for members | $300* for non-members
This does does not include NAR designation fees.
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call: 619-421-7811
Program Starts June 15th at 12:00 pm
What You Gain
Instructor: Furhad Waquad, Director National Association of REALTORS, since 2004.
Broker Risk Management Forum
Broker Discussion Facilitated by Nikki Coppa, NAR & CAR Director
with special guests:
Chris Hasvold Broker, CRMLS Director and NSDCAR President &
Jeff Kahn* Law Offices of Spile, Leff and Goor also the current Chair- CAR Defense Strategy Advisory Committee- 2019.
This meeting is open to all San Diego County REALTOR Brokers & Office Managers, so we can work together to inform, educate and raise the bar of professionalism in San Diego County.
* Jeff Kahn managed several large real estate brokerages for approximately 25 years, including Berkshire Hathaway and Prudential California Realty. Jeff is a Risk Management Attorney for Spile, Leff, and Goor. He is on the front line answering the questions and assisting the agents with their real estate issues. Jeff has been a CAR Director for many years and has been Chairperson of the Standard Forms Committee a couple of times. He has been involved in the drafting of the Statewide CAR standardized forms for many years going back to the mid-1980s. He is also involved at the Southland Regional Association of Realtors, he trains on Contracts and Disclosures and is responsible for drafting the local forms used by SRAR.
Save the Date for the next broker meeting: Thursday, October 22, 2020, 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM,
Mike White, Chairman of the PSAR tech committee will show you how to use free or near free tools to create your own website.
As a REALTOR®, it is crucial to maintain an online presence, establish a brand, and expedite your lead generation. This course will instruct you on how to do just that while on a budget. It will cover your personal site and a property site.
Wednesday, May 27th
11:30am - 1:00pm
Questions? Call: 619-421-7811
Workshops are open to all REALTORS and Affiliated Members regardless of association membership.
All classes are free of charge.
Join team PSAR as we help keep parents near their hospitalized children. PSAR will virtually join volunteers throughout the County
in a fundraising effort to make this happen!
Although you won't see our Team out on street corners, we are moving all the fun, support, and excitement online for
Red Shoe Day!
The drive has started and will run until June 4th
Team PSAR is participating in the Red Shoe Day initiative to raise money for San Diego's Ronald McDonald House. Invite friends and family to join you in making a difference in the lives of families with hospitalized children during this stressful time.
Red Shoe Day is the largest community fundraiser for San Diego's Ronald McDonald House. Even though we won't be together on June 4th, let's pull together at virtual intersections to raise money to provide a "home away from home" for families as they care for their hospitalized child.
Let’s show our community how PSAR members work together to overcome Covid-19 obstacles and make this great event a huge success!
See pictures from the past - HERE-
End your week with your friends and fellow agents while absorbing some information and wine-down.
Friday | May 15th | 4:00 pm
We will be chatting about virtual open houses with Anthony Manzon and get an update from Zoe Khetani and Katrina Sigler regarding mortgage forbearance!
Thank You to our Wake-Up YPN Sponsor
and Thank You to our Annual Sponsors
"Avoid litigation through property condition disclosures"
Brand is the foremost trainer of real estate agents in the most litigious state in the country. In the context of California’s ‘sue-crazy’ climate, he addresses the issues of agent best practices and simplifies the ‘red flag’ disclosure process, making it easier than ever to keep your transactions out of court.
• The absolute best disclosure strategies
• Updates on new litigation trends, plus a review of common TDS/AVID errors
• Applying risk management principles to every transaction, even those with investor clients
Presented by Robert Brand, Litigation Consultant
Robert Brand is a high content speaker with a unique ability to translate successful court practices and apply them to the real-world experiences of real estate professionals. He now works as a litigation consultant, a contributing author to REALTOR® magazine and a speaker on effective disclosure strategies. Thousands of agents have enjoyed his informative and entertaining presentation style.
Our Guest speaker, attorney Tracey Merrell, will give a legal perspective on current events pertaining to COVID-19 protocols that have created many new challenges for property management professionals. Along with Tracey, we have assembled our distinguished panel of speakers who will facilitate a discussion on best practices, and answer your questions about how to continue operating during this pandemic.
• Safety, showings and access
• Three-day notice vs eviction moratorium
• Different regulations (state and local municipalities)
• Payment plans
• Rental housing legislation update
• A legal perspective on current events
• Q & A.
Speakers for the event:
This forum is intended for the benefit of PSAR members who practice property management, but is open to all active PSAR members. We respect differences in opinions on any of the subject matter. Out of respect to our guest speakers and other participants, we reserve the right to remove anyone from the meeting who intentionally disrupts the meeting.
For 3 years, 25 undercover testers in another market:
• Investigated 93 real estate agents
• Secretly recorded 240 hours of meetings
• 5,763 listings were analyzed.
This three year investigation claimed to have uncovered widespread evidence of unequal treatment of prospective home owners by the agents who were investigated. (read about it here)
Don't set yourself up for failure and/or potential legal issues. Get educated about the rules that govern fair housing opportunities.
This Fair Housing Training is available to everyone. Get updated on the most current state and federal housing laws. Review your responsibilities. Enhance your professional stature.
Topics to be covered:
• Latest Updates on Fair Housing Laws and Regulations
• Protected Groups
• Best Practices
CSA San Diego County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. We have decades of experience as advocates for fair housing and in mediating tenant/landlord issues, and we continue to do so today. Other issues CSA addresses include: hate crime prevention, civil rights of first-generation immigrants, human trafficking, youth education, and voter education.
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