ONLY Chance to learn about the "NEW" RPA From CAR at this low rate.

Posted by Kevin McElroy on Jul 28, 2021 4:45:00 PM

This will be your ONLY opportunity to learn about the NEW RPA from C.A.R. through PSAR
at the PSAR member rate of $40.

Your Guide to the "NEW" California RPA

When:  Friday, August 20th - 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where: Online Zoom Event Only

Stay up-to-date with the most widely used and trusted purchase agreement in California. This course will cover the entire NEW California Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA) in detail step-by-step. Get detailed instructions on how to properly complete and use the RPA form in all your transactions directly from C.A.R. Member Legal Attorneys.

Neil Kalin, C.A.R. 's Assistant General Counsel, will teach this class.*

How you will benefit from taking the lecture course:

  • Get the “why” behind changes for a better understanding

  • Learn the new approach to addressing wood-destroying pests

  • Understand changes regarding how to deal with personal property items

  • Learn how to write offers without deposit checks

  • Familiarize yourself with dozens of other changes to the RPA contract

  • Complete all mandatory and recommended disclosures

  • Learn how to create, modify, cancel, or close a transaction

  • Ensure all commissions are paid in full and on time

  • An optional follow-up test will be provided at no additional cost for 4 hours of CE

  • Prior to the class, a comprehensive PDF handout will be provided for reference.

Registration - $40 PSAR NSDCR & ICAOR Members / $50 Non-Member

     PSAR Members               Eventbrite Registration

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Prior to the event, you will receive a link for Zoom and course material.

*Instructor Neil Kalin joined the California Association of REALTORS® in 1987 and is now Assistant General Counsel.  He is the senior legal advisor to C.A.R.’s Standard Forms Committee, and provides advice to C.A.R. members on the Legal Hotline, and writes many of C.A.R.’s Appellate Court Briefs.  Neil is an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and has served as a Judge Pro Tem and a volunteer mediator and arbitrator for the Los Angeles County Superior Court.


      Pacific Southwest Association of REALTORS                              Imperial County Association of REALTORS


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