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!

 


IMPORTANT LINKS for REALTORS®

 

First American Natural Hazards Virtual Campout Conference 2021


First American NHD invites agents to join their expert guides and industry leaders on June 23rd from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM as they share tips on how to navigate today's real estate wilderness.  Featured speakers are Patrick McClellan and David Hill (Natural Hazard Disclosures and JCP-LGS Disclosures), Lisa Cruz (ReachLocal), Robert Brand (Real Estate Risk Management Training) and a discussion panel comprised of top real estate agents from across California.
  • Topics include AB 38 Wildfire Disclosures and Defensible Space Compliance
  • Facebook and Google Strategies for Lead Generation
  • Property Tax 101
  • Panel Discussion, and
  • Staying Out of Court
First American NHD Campout Conference 2021 >
 




Update from California Association of Realtors®:

On Wednesday, the California Dept. of Public Health updated its guidance on open houses and stated further updates were pending. C.A.R. is pleased to provide the following changes to open house protocols. Please remember to adhere to local guidelines which may be more strict in certain areas.

  • Open Houses: Advertising open houses, without qualifiers, is allowed and appointments for open houses are no longer required.
  • Social Distancing: Showings, including open houses, are somewhat relaxed under the new social gatherings guidelines but still include social distancing between members of different households while attending an open house, and are subject to capacity issues depending on the tier of the county where the house is located. Please refer to local guidelines for this information.
  • Signing In: There will still be a sign-in requirement on site. The new Property Sign-In (PSI) form can be used for this purpose. However, you can still use a PEAD instead of the on-site sign-in if you prefer. See the new Quick Guide for more details.
  • Forms: C.A.R. has simplified and shortened the Rules of Entry (PRE), Prevention Plan (BPPP), and the Property Sign-in (PSI) form as an alternative to PEADS. There also is an addendum to the listing agreement LOHA reflecting the changed protocols. This form is necessary if the parties had previously signed the RLA-CAA, which did not allow for open houses. New listings should also include this addendum if the listing broker wants to hold open houses.
  • PEADS: The PEADS have been combined and simplified into one shorter PEAD-ALL form that is available if members prefer to use it instead of on-site sign-in protocols. 

The newly revised forms PRE, BPPP, PEAD, as well as the new Property Sign-in PSI form and new Listing Addendum LOHA form will all be available on zipForm as soon as possible. In the interim, a PDF of each of these is available here. Members may still use the current forms that are on zipForm if they choose until the new ones are released. 
 

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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 donnamedina6@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.