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2019 Annual REALTOR® Dues

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REALTOR® Dues have been emailed. Pay online or start a payment plan!

realtor logo The Annual 2019 REALTOR® N.A.R/C.A.R. dues were emailed to you November 12, 2018. They are due on January 1, 2019. They will be considered late as of January 31, 2019.

You can pay your dues by:

• Coming into our office at 11890 Hesperia Rd. Hesperia, CA 92345. You may pay by Credit Card, Check or Money Order (we do not accept cash).
• You can fax a Credit Card Authorization Form to 760.244.5590 
• You can pay online by clicking HERE
• ATTENTION: Once you get on the payment plan you will not have access to your accounts receivable online.

* * We are also offering a PAYMENT PLAN for your REALTOR dues.* *
Click HERE for the Payment Plan Registration Form

Click HERE if you only pay NAR and CAR

To Make a Payment click here for the Credit Card Authorization form

Please call us if you have any questions @ 760.244.8841

 

HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS

Anthem Blue Cross HMO & PPO Plans

Anthem Blue Cross offers:

• Largest PPO Network of Physicians & Hospitals in California
• Including “Blue Card” access to PPO Network of Physicians & Hospitals Nationwide & Internationally
• The Largest Formulary list of RX
• Includes discount Dental Benefits w/14,000 dentists statewide
• Includes $10,000 Life Insurance + AD&D coverage
• Plans are categorized into 4 easy to understand groups

Everyone Accepted – Guaranteed Issue

The Benefits Store is here to help! Get your free quote today!

Please call 800-446-2663, or visit us at www.benefitsstore.com or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
CA Insurance License No. 0680704

 What Are The Group Health Plans?

Choose from 13 grandfathered HMO Kaiser plans and 10 ACA compliant Kaiser HMO plans. Anthem Blue Cross ACA compliant plans (19) are also available.HeartlogoBenefitStore

Who Can Enroll?
REALTORS®, Corporate and Affiliate Members. Employees of Member Firms can enroll (contact Benefits Store for details).
Everyone Accepted/Guaranteed Issue.

When Can You Enroll?
    ◊ Existing Association Members can enroll during Open Enrollment Periods.
        o Kaiser – October 1-31
        o Covered CA – November 1 - December 15
        o Anthem Blue Cross – December 1-31
    ◊ New Association Members are immediately eligible for coverage with the effective date the 1st of the month following enrollment.

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 Don’t get caught with everyone else making last minute decisions regarding your health care!

Call THE BENEFITS STORE today and get the help you need now to make the best decisions for you and your families health care coverage!

Our brokers are here and ready to help you!

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Horiike v. Coldwell Banker

Case Comment: Horiike v. Coldwell Banker - Reaffirming the Broker-Agent Relationship

Tom Jacobson

Tom Jacobson concentrates his practice on real estate and environmental matters throughout California and in Utah. During his career he has represented brokers, Associations of REALTORS", commercial landlords and developers. Tom is a graduate of the University of Utah College of Law. In addition to practicing full time, Tom is a certified instructor for Utah real estate continuing education.

 I.  INTRODUCTION

The California Supreme Court's (the "Court") review of Horiike v. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Company1 provoked substantial speculation and conjecture prior to the Court's decision, published November 21, 2016. Scholars and real estate professionals voiced their concerns about the repercussions of the anticipated decision.2  Depending on one's perspective, the decision was either a sign of relief or an unfortunate outcome. Despite considerable anticipation, in the end the Court did nothing more than reiterate existing law, leaving in place all of the advantages, drawbacks, conflicts, issues, and other labels affixed to California's dual agency balancing act.

Our colleague and learned member of our bat, Rafael Chodos, recently published in the Journalan excellent article on the perspective of the Horiike case.  Chodos emphasized that scholars may ask certain questions about the case, including why the Court even took the case given the direction of its decision and concurrence with the Court of Appeal. Chodos provided an insightful analysis of constructive fraud and fiduciary duty, and questioned why the Court did not address issues of constructive fraud.5 Chodos also provided an excellent analysis of dual agency and the inherent conflict of interest many lawyers perceive with the scheme adopted by the legislature.6 

In practice, attorneys who advise brokers, buyers, and sellers do not have the luxury of knowing what was in the minds of the Court justices.  Though there was much anticipation surrounding the outcome of the Horiike case and many who thought the days of dual agency might be over, the Court left the law of dual agency untouched and simply based its decision on existing law and precedent.  This article details the facts of the Horiike case and analyzes the Court's decision and its ramifications.

 READ MORE

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO HDAOR!

Congratulations to UtahRealEstate.Com for being the first in the nation to be awarded RESO Data Dictionary v1.5 Platinum and HIGH DESERT ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Congratulations-Winnersfor being the second! Registration is now open for the RESO Fall Conference in San Diego. RESO has sold out every event for the past 2 years and encourages everyone to register early to make sure you get a seat at the early bird rate! RESO highlights 2016 Officers, Workgroup Chairs and participants in the latest Press Release. RESO welcomes Systsms.com, Pacific Vista Net, The Group, Inc., Broker Agent 360, Real Geeks and the Fresno Association of Realtors as new valued contributing members to round out the week.

RESO Activity Week of May 1, 2017

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