For over 10 years, Members of the Sacramento Association of Realtors are used to going to http://ims.sacrealtor.org and entering their NRDS ID to log-in and pay for dues, events and classes; not anymore. The Association has recently changed our software from Rapattoni to Avectra and with it comes a new look and feel to paying [...]
SAR has negotiated a discount to Sprint on behalf of its Members.
The Sprint Phone Program will require the following:
1. All requests will be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or faxed to (916) 568-4477
2. All new to Sprint REALTOR® accounts will receive an 8% minimum discount. (qualification as a business is required)
SAR makes real estate education affordable with our Broker Tuition Card. Designed to assist our Broker Members in providing quality training to their agents, this tuition card costs $200 and entitles holders to 12 months of classes (a $1500 value)*.
There are a few ways to use this card. An SAR Broker can purchase the [...]
This past Friday night, SAR let its hair down and partied into the night with the Indus Valley American Chamber of Commerce.
A joint-chamber affair, this dinner/dance attracted nearly 250 local business owners and professionals from all over the region. Front and center at the event was SAR Leadership, including SAR President Barbara Harsch and [...]
SAR had a great turnout for Rebuilding Together at the Spring Work Day, April 24
Rebuilding Together Sacramento (www.rebuildingtogethersacramento.org) is a not-for-profit organization that helps homeowners, particularly low-income seniors, live independently in comfort and safety in their own homes. They accomplish their mission through home repairs and modifications on [...]
A bad economy has not slammed the door on the Sacramento Association of Realtors’ dedication to philanthropy, even as many individual members’ incomes drop.
The association expects to give $58,000 this year to charitable organizations, which doesn’t include volunteer hours or the $44,500 for college scholarships or the $65,000 to the Salvation Army.