Broker Meeting Materials

Copyright Issues For REALTORS®

2017 New Laws 

California Supreme Court Rules on Horiike

Limited Service Brokers and Open Listings

Pocket Listings

Protect Your Brokerage from Cybercrime

Water-Conserving Plumbing Fixtures

December 2016 Forms Release 

BEO – Buyer Early Occupancy Addendum 

SIP – Seller License to Remain in Possession Addendum

Seller Property Questionnaire: Summary of C.A.R. Form SPQ

SUM-RPA – Summary of Offer (RPA) 

SUM-MO – Summary of Multiple Offers 

Real Estate Licensee’s Duty to Inspect Residential Property


 2017 Legal Q & As (login required)

Center for Real Estate Reports

Data-Sharing Dilemmas Ownership of Real Estate’s Future
Big Data Executive Report
Perspectives on the Health of the U.S. Economy

Standard Forms Revisions and New Forms:


New Laws:

2017 New Laws

Sonoma County Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT)

Anyone who purchases a property owing TOT and has not received a TOT tax clearance assumes liability for any uncollected tax.

Buyers can request information on a property with a request form.

7283.5. (a) (1) A purchaser, transferee, or other person or entity attempting to obtain ownership of a property, the owner of which is required to collect the tax imposed pursuant to this chapter, may request the city, county, or city and county in which that property is located to issue a tax clearance certificate under this section.

TOT Clearance Request (Word)

TOT Clearance Request (.pdf)


RESPA-TILA Resources

N.A.R. Resources

Consumer Federation Bureau Resources

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