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New Listings Stall While Homebuyers’ Demand Continues

By bri@ccar.net | January 12, 2021

The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports that Collin County residents were just as motivated to list their home in December as the year prior, while homebuyers’ appetite for area homes increased. Relatively the same number of homeowners listed their home last month as in December 2019 (967 vs. 972), while 55.9% more homes…

Plan For Your Success

By bri@ccar.net | January 12, 2021

Last year was weird. I bet your 2020 vision board didn’t involve sweat pants, elbow bumps, or toilet paper wars. However, it might have included record sales volumes and a growing client list, both of which 2020 delivered in spades. If you began 2020 with intentionality and preparing for your big business boom, you were…

Trending Legal Issues and How to Stay on the Right Side of the Law

By bri@ccar.net | January 6, 2021

January 19 is a BIG Day It’s CCAR’s Blast Off 2021 Virtual Event! How Facebook’s Legal Challenges Change Things for You What the Law Says About Recording Potential Buyers Claim your spot now for CCAR’s virtual 2021 Blast Off Event on January 19, it just might be free*! Register Now *Every 50th person to register…

Everyone who has an Opinion Gets to Voice it: Leading During Adversity with Cindi Bulla

By bri@ccar.net | December 29, 2020

2020 President’s Report from David Long

By bri@ccar.net | December 17, 2020

The year 2020 is certainly a year that will not be forgotten. It has affected all of us, some in minor ways and some in more major ways. However, thanks to a strong political advocacy movement at the national, state, and local levels, real estate remained an essential business in Texas and especially in Collin…

How Low Can it Go? Collin County’s Housing Market Had 1.1 Months’ Supply of Homes in November

By bri@ccar.net | December 11, 2020

The Collin County Association of Realtors (CCAR) reports that, in November, Collin County’s housing inventory indicated that it would be completely sold out in 1.1 months if the 12-month average sales rate continued. This data point, referred to as the months’ supply of homes, was 62.5% less in November 2020 compared to the same time…

Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Named Among Top Ten Markets During and Post-COVID

By Collin County Association of REALTORS® | December 10, 2020

A group of more than 20 leading economic and housing experts, including National Association of REALTORS® Chief Economist Lawrence Yun, participated in a consensus economic and real estate forecast that projects GDP growth of 3.5% and an annual unemployment rate of 6.2% in 2021. Housing prices are expected to climb 8% next year and 5.5%…

Want a Part in Interviewing CCAR’s Potential 2022 Leadership? Apply Now to Serve on CCAR’s Nominating Committee

By Collin County Association of REALTORS® | December 9, 2020

CCAR is currently accepting applications from REALTOR® members who are interested in serving on CCAR’s Nominating Committee and who are not currently serving on CCAR’s Board of Directors. To interview all qualified candidates for Officer and Director positions submitted by the Credentialing Committee. To provide a list and score of each “recommended” candidate to the Board of the Directors. Shall…

A Quick Q&A with the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County

By bri@ccar.net | November 30, 2020

Question: What does the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County (CACCC) do?   Answer: The CACCC is a non-profit in Plano with a mission to provide safety, healing, and justice to families and children who are victims of neglect and abuse. The center uses a multi-disciplinary team approach, providing all the services in one building…

Hot Topics with Lori Levy, General Counsel/Vice President of Legal Affairs for Texas REALTORS®

By bri@ccar.net | November 24, 2020

On October 22, Lori Levy, General Counsel/Vice President of Legal Affairs for Texas REALTORS®, discussed hot topics and need to know information at CCAR’s virtual IBN & Broker/Manager event.   The full webinar can be viewed here. Download the accompanying PowerPoint presentation here.

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