Welcome to the Trinity County Association of REALTORS® website!  Our agents provide real estate services to all of Trinity County CA including the following areas: Weaverville CA, Douglas City, Junction City, Down River, Lewiston, Trinity Center, Coffee Creek, Hayfork, Hyampom, and Trinity Pines.  If you are interested in buying or selling real estate in this area, please contact one of our REALTOR members.  If you are interested in joining our MLS and/or association, please CLICK HERE.

Trinity County has a population of just under 14,000.  Weaverville, CA (the county seat) is a historic California Gold Rush town with a current population of just under 4,000 people.  Many residents choose Trinity County as a place to live and retire because of the climate, wonderful mountain views, and clean air - not to mention the wonderful people.  There are beautiful mountain forests that lie along the Trinity River within the Salmon/Klamath Mountains.  We are known for our mountain biking and other recreational activities, our rich history of logging and timber, and our many historic buildings and unique architecture.

If you have any questions about our area, the real estate industry, or our REALTOR Association, please contact us today!

 
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C.A.R. DISASTER RELIEF FUND (DRF)

To Apply for a Grant: The California Association of REALTORS® Disaster Relief Fund has been helping the REALTOR® family recover from natural disasters for more than 17 years. The C.A.R. Disaster Relief Fund was established in the wake of the devastating 2003 California wildfires, thanks to generous contributions from the California Association of REALTORS®, state and local REALTOR® associations and other contributors. Grants provided by the fund are used to help members of the California REALTOR® family — including REALTORS®, employees of REALTORS®, and employees of local Associations of REALTORS® — who incurred substantial losses due to the wildfires. If you have experienced property damage and/or loss due to the wildfires, or suffered from a recent natural disaster and need assistance, you may be eligible for a grant from the C.A.R. Disaster Relief Fund.  Please click here to complete and submit a DRF Grant Application.

To Donate to the Disaster Relief Fund: Please help us continue our relief efforts by making a tax-deductible contribution to the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Disaster Relief Fund. To make a tax-deductible donation by check, please make payable to the California Community Foundation and write "C.A.R. Disaster Relief Fund" on the "memo" line. Send checks to the California Community Foundation, 221 S. Figueroa St., Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90012. To make an online donation, please click here. For questions, please contact disasterrelief@car.org.

WILDFIRE PREPAREDNESS RESOURCES

  • Get the App: CAL FIRE is encouraging Californians to access the “Ready for Wildfire” - a web-based app that includes local alerts, checklists for preparedness, evacuation plans, and other kits. To download the free Ready for Wildfire web-based app, visit https://plan.readyforwildfire.org/.
  • Sign-up for Text-Message Alerts: Simply enter your zip code and phone number and you’ll receive text message updates of any active wildfires near you - https://incidents.readyforwildfire.org.
  • Make an Evacuation Plan: Create a Wildfire Action Plan for your family and office. Being ready to go also means knowing when to evacuate and what to do if you become trapped. This CAL FIRE evacuation guide provides everything from checklists, evacuation steps, power outage info, animal evacuation and more - www.readyforwildfire.org/prepare-for-wildfire/go-evacuation-guide/.
  • Get Prepared: Firefighting alone cannot protect us. Californians have an important role in preventing wildfires by ensuring adequate defensible space around homes and buildings, making homes more fire resistant and having an emergency preparedness/escape plan. This is especially important since approximately 25% of the state’s population, or 11-million Californians, live in a high-risk fire zone. Thousands of communities depend on smart planning and prevention tools such as protective fuel breaks, defensible space around homes, and home hardening for their safety and survival. These tools work together to build more fire-resilient communities. Californians can learn more about all aspects of wildfire safety and preparedness at www.ReadyForWildfire.org.
  • Fire Insurance One-Sheets: With nearly 500,000 California homes worth a combined $268 billion under serious risk from wildfires, and the issue growing more acute with each passing year, insurance companies are ramping up prices or outright refusing to renew policies in fire-prone areas. Use these materials to keep your customers informed about how to protect their homes, keep their insurance coverage and find new coverage when necessary - www.car.org/marketing/clients/fireinsurance.
  • CA Disaster Resources: a list of government agencies, organizations and reference guides for preparing and responding to natural disasters in California -www.car.org/en/difference/realtorscare/cadisasterresources.



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NAR Code of Ethics Training
DID YOU KNOW???   An Ethics Course is required by all members. 

As you probably know, the current cycle for Realtor members to take the Code of Ethics is 2019-2021.  In 2019, NAR passed a motion that all Realtors® must take the Realtor® code of ethics course every three years and have extended the current cycle deadline from December 31, 2020 to December 31, 2021. 
 
If you have not taken a Code of Ethics course in this cycle, you can take the "FREE" course at the link below. 
 
Please let Donna Medina know if you have questions at trinityaor@gmail.com
 
https://learninglibrary.com/COE/A/HOME?affiliateId=10868&affiliateId=10868

 
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TCAOR
Mission Statement

The Trinity County Association of REALTORS® mission is: to serve our members and the public, promote the preservation of real property rights, and promote real estate in Trinity County - while upholding the obligations established by the National Assoiation of REALTORS® Code of Ethics.

Join Our Association

If you are an appraiser, lender, or real estate broker interested in doing business in the Trinity County area, we invite you to consider the benefits of membership in our MLS Service and association. Please call us for information and pricing or drop us an email.