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Californians for Homeownership

Californians for Homeownership was founded in response to the California Legislature’s call for public interest organizations to fight local anti-housing policies on behalf of the millions of California residents who need access to more affordable housing. 

Champions of Home Impact Awards

The Champions of Home Impact Awards honor California REALTORS® who have made a significant impact on their communities through volunteer efforts. 

Housing Affordability Fund Program

HAF plays an active role in addressing the ongoing housing affordability challenges facing California.

Make A Donation to HAF
C.A.R. Disaster Relief

C.A.R. stands ready to assist REALTORS® who have been impacted by wildfires through its Disaster Relief Fund and NAR's REALTORS® Relief Foundation.

California Disaster Resources
Scholarship Foundation

Scholarships for California students planning to pursue a career in real estate.

Education Foundation

Grants for California REALTORS® and residents pursuing real estate education.

Diversity and Inclusion Programs

Find out more information on key diversity and inclusion programs and projects available.

Fair Housing Latino Professionals Network C.A.R. Women's Initiative
Young Professionals Network

New to the industry? YPN is a network to sharpen your skills, heighten your leadership, and connect with fellow REALTORS®.

Rising Star Award
Guide to Benefits

Download and share the official 2024 C.A.R. Member Benefits Guide.

NAR Member Discounts C.A.R. Insurance Products
For New Members

As a C.A.R. member you may have questions about your association and the industry. Find the answers here.

New Member FAQs Glossary Service Providers
Membership Dues and Value

C.A.R. provides tremendous member value through its innovative tools, services and education. Learn more about C.A.R. membership and dues and NAR membership and dues.

Consumer Ad Campaign

C.A.R.'s annual consumer advertising campaign creates awareness of the REALTOR® brand and demonstrates the many benefits of the consumer-REALTOR® relationship.

Smart Zone

Smart Zone provides tools and insights necessary to convey your unique value proposition, effectively market your services, keep your clients abreast of current real estate market trends and help you achieve success in a dynamic industry.

2024 C.A.R. Officers

Meet the 2024 C.A.R. Leadership Team

C.A.R. Mission Statement

C.A.R. is a statewide trade association dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in real estate.

Annual Report
C.A.R. Impact Report

The CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® is committed to bring you tools and information to help you succeed. Here are some of the innovative tools, services and education C.A.R. provided to help you achieve your professional goals.

Media Center

C.A.R.'s Media Center houses the Association's news releases, media guidelines, and logos.

News Releases

C.A.R. and its subsidiaries are currently recruiting for the following job opportunities.

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Learn about advertising with C.A.R.

Customer Service

Looking for additional assistance? The Customer Contact Center is looking forward to serving you Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.

Rosters & Directories

Need help finding the right person? Try searching through our various rosters & directories.


California Disaster Resources

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C.A.R. stands ready to assist REALTORS® who have been impacted by natural disasters through its Disaster Relief Fund. The Association established the fund in the wake of the 2003 California wildfires. Grants provided by the fund are used to help members of the REALTOR® family -- REALTORS®, their staff, and Association members and their staff -- who have incurred substantial losses due to wildfires and other disasters. If you are a member of the REALTOR® family who has been impacted by a recent natural disaster and need assistance, please visit https://www.car.org/en/difference/realtorscare to fill out an application. For questions please contact [email protected]


LA County Emergency
Up to date information on local hazards and evacuation assistance, including quick links to Road Closures, Animal Shelters and Health Alerts.

Apply for FEMA Disaster Relief Funds

Apply for federal assistance by calling toll-free to (800) 621-FEMA (3362).  Disaster victims may register by calling this number. You do not have to wait to go to a disaster assistance center. The number for speech and hearing impaired individuals is (800) 462-7585. Federal disaster assistance available for residents and businesses in the affected counties includes temporary housing assistance, disaster loans and other needs assistance grants.

Salvation Army of Southern California
These locations serve as all-purpose stops for people looking for financial assistance, government documents, and information about how they can rebuild following a disaster.

Fannie Mae's Disaster Response Network
A comprehensive case-management service for disaster-affected homeowners whose mortgage loans are backed by the company. The program provides homeowners broader personalized support to address safety and basic needs, property repairs, employment, and financial recovery—all of which affect a borrower's ability to meet their mortgage obligations.

U.S. Small Business Administration
Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses, Private Nonprofits, Homeowners, and Renters.

State of California, Employment Development Department
The California Employment Development Department (EDD) provides a variety of services to individuals and businesses affected by disasters in California.

Los Angeles County Assessor
Taxpayers whose properties have either been destroyed or sustained a minimum of $10,000 in damage may file a Misfortune and Calamity (M&C) claim for property tax relief.  Assessor's Disaster Relief Hotline (213) 974-8658

Offering free home stays for those in need of emergency housing.


Health Net is helping ensure that members who have lost their homes, or have been evacuated, due to wildfire activity in California have access to essential prescription medications, critical Health Net information and other healthcare services to help them cope with grief, loss, stress or trauma.


Provides free disaster recovery help, information and guidance.

California Wildfires Statewide Recovery Resources
Local assistance, record replacement, debris removal, and temporary housing. 

American Red Cross
Assistance to support long-term recovery efforts.

Community Partners
From Chaos to Community - A Guide to Helping Friends and Neighbors Recover and Rebuild After a Major Disaster
A resource guide that aims to inspire individuals and citizen groups to act in organized, effective ways to help communities hit by disasters to reclaim their future.


C.A.R.’s legal resources offers links and information on tax, legal and other issues for wildfire victims.
Natural Disasters Quick Guide - How are properties affected in the real estate market by natural disasters?

National Disaster Legal Aid Resource Center Quick Guide


California Department of Insurance Wildfire Information
DOI can be contacted for general information and guidance about insurance claims by calling (800) 927-HELP (4357).

Farmers Catastrophe Response Team

United Policyholders 
Through their Roadmap to Recovery programs you will find support, guidance and trustworthy help navigating the process of returning to a wildfire damaged area, repairing and replacing damaged and destroyed property, and collecting all available insurance funds.


American Red Cross
Created by the American Red Cross, this information encourages you to take precautions to help stay safe and speed up your recovery after a fire. It also offers ideas on what you can do to help make yourself and your home safer in the future.

Creating a Family Disaster Plan
Steps to take to create a family disaster plan to expedite voluntary and forced evacuations in the event of an emergency.


California Environmental Protection Agency

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