All real estate licensees are not the same. Only real estate licensees who are members of the National Association of REALTORS® are properly called REALTORS®. REALTORS® subscribe to a strict code of ethics and are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge of the process of buying and selling real estate. Read More
Home ownership is an important part of our economy, helps our communities thrive and gives our children the stability they need. The Colorado Association of REALTORS® protects consumers’ rights everyday through our political advocacy efforts. Read More
REALTORS® are hard at work every day protecting your interests at the State Capitol. This year, CAR successfully worked with the House and Senate leadership of both parties, our industry partners, and the larger business community to enact key pieces of priority legislation.
Professional development is essential to your career growth. What are you doing to be a better REALTOR®? CAR offers a free live webcast program, opportunities to advance through an Emerging Professionals Program, and multiple opportunities for in-person professional development.
REALTORS® are committed to treat all parties to a transaction with honesty and integrity.
REALTORS® subscribe to a strict code of ethics and must maintain ethics training.
REALTORS® are hard at work every day protecting your interests at the State Capitol.
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With the competitive housing market first time home buyers are having to endure a tough fight to fulfill their dreams of becoming homeowners. Jay Gupta a CAR spokesperson told the New York Times just how tight the current housing market is. Gupta said that forty people attended an open house i
A Colorado legislative measure born out of frustration with the process of evicting those who illegally take over someone’s home is on its way to Gov. John Hickenlooper for signing. Senate Bill 15 (SB18-015) will set up a faster process for getting “squatters” — people who move into