By Lydia McAllister for Laird Crandall
Register to Vote Project

Our Association of Realtors ran a register to vote day in front of the Weaverville post office on Wednesday October 11, 2017.  Sherri Walhood and Laird Crandall successfully handed out over 80 percent of their forms, 5 out of 6 to those asking. "Although we thought everyone would be registered, " said President Elect Sherri, " we had several wanting to change information and a couple new registrants."  All in all it was a success.

-Laird Crandall

By Lydia McAllister
Fundraiser for the Helena Fire - Update
"The Fundraiser went really well... I am happy to say that with just a few of us out on the streets with signs we raised nearly $7,000 by the end of the day!  With the $5,000 from our members, we'll be handing over a nice amount to the Lions Club this week"- Summer Bashore

By Lydia McAllister
Helena Fire Fundraiser
The Trinity County Association of Realtors members will hold a public fundraiser to help raise cash donations for those most affected by the Helena Fire from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, September 15, 2017. As individuals, many members wanted to match donations received by the public, so during the TCOR meeting on September 6, those present committed to matching up to $5,000.
By Lydia McAllister
REALTOR Action Fund
This is an image of all the agents who contributed to the REALTOR Action Fund. The REALTOR® Action Fund (RAF) raises money to advance the goals of our REALTOR® political action committees (PACs) at the local, state, and federal levels of government.  RAF supports and/or opposes candidates for elected office who understand, or don't understand, REALTOR®  Issues.
By Lydia McAllister
Fighting for California Homeownership

During this time of year, people are focused on politics, state budgets and upcoming laws. But do you ever wonder about how our elected officials do as lawmakers? It’s important, because every year, thousands of bills are debated in Sacramento and Washington D.C. that impact your ability to buy or sell a home.

The good news is that your local Trinity County Association of REALTOR® is paying attention, fighting for homeownership. When REALTORS® fight, families win.

Homeownership Bills Signed Into Law

• Expanding access to financing: HR 3700 – REALTORS® supported federal legislation which expands homeownership by making it easier to use FHA financing to purchase condominiums. This is great for first-time homebuyers because FHA credit standards are more favorable and require lower down payments. This makes it easier for people to get a mortgage, start building equity and take advantage of the ability to lower their tax bill by writing off mortgage interest.

• Property tax disclosures: AB 2476 – Another REALTOR® sponsored bill that ensures property owners, not living at that address, are still notified when government wants to increase parcel taxes.

Your Trinity County Association of REALTORS® does much more than help make sure you can buy or sell a home. Realtors meet with lawmakers and fight for your rights.

By Lydia McAllister
Coat Drive 2016
Coat Drive Winter of 2016 and 2017
Our Association did a coat drive for the community and had great success.  With the cold weather approaching we were looking for new coats to distribute.  We ended up with over twenty coats including many for children.  Some of the coats were distributed to the elementary school in Hayfork, and remaining coats will be distributed again this upcomming winter season to other schools in Trinity County.
  Images by Laird
By Lydia McAllister
Meet and Greet- June 23, 2017

Trinity County Association of Realtors Meet and Greet
June 23, 2017
5:00 to 7:00 pm

This is a great opportunity to socialize,meet our local Realtors® and Affiliates. Strengthen existing and forge new links to build your business.

We will be serving appetizers and no-host bar

Trinity Alps Golf Course & Country Club


130 Glen Road

Weaverville, Ca
 Images by Laird

By Lydia McAllister
Trinity County Association of Realtors Holiday Lunch
Trinity County Association of Realtors celebrated its December Holiday Lunch at Trinity Alps Golf Club on December 2, 2015 with good attendance and good food. It culminated its third community investment activity by collecting toys to be delivered to the Douglas Soup Kitchen for their Christmas Party. Happy faces reflected the satisfaction of gathering so many toys to bring joy to children this season. TAOR is the local "Voice of Real Estate", educating the public about the marketplace, as well as being active in and investing in the community. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        LAIRD CRANDALL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Press Release
By Laird Crandall
Fall Coat Drive a Success

This October and November our Association did a coat and blanket drive for the community and had great success.  With the cold weather approaching we were looking for new coats and blankets to distribute.  We ended up with over thirty coats including many for children.  There were distributed through the elementary schools in Trinity Center, Hayfork, Douglas City  and through Human Response Network.  Contribution were accepted by publishing our drive in the Trinity Journal and through our MLS Bulletin Board
By Angela Riggs-Kasper
NAR Core Standards
Through the diligent and hard work of our Association President, Lard Crandall, the Trinity County Association of REALTORS® has received Core Standards Certification! Laird lead the way through a very tedious process of meeting many standards in order for the Trinity County Association of REALTORS® to continue being a Member Board of the National Association of REALTORS®. We received confirmation from the California Association of REALTORS® on July 16, 2015!!