News and Updates
January 18, 2018
Fair Housing Makes Us Stronger: Commemorating 50 Years of the Fair Housing Act.
In 2018 the National Association of REALTORS® will join with our partners and allies in a year-long commemoration of the 50 th  Anniversary of the  Fair Housing Act . Fair housing is more than a list of dos and don’ts, rights and penalties, and mandatory continuing education.
As stewards of the right to own, use and transfer private property, fair housing protects our livelihood and business as REALTORS® and depends on a free, open market that embraces equal opportunity.
Watch this video to learn about the law, how it makes our industry and country stronger, and work that is still to be done.
2018 REALTOR Membership Fees Due January 31
Don't Incur a $25 Late Fee   
Thank you for making RBOR Your Association of Choice
January / February 2018 CE Classes
January 31st , Wednesday 10am-1pm, Ridgefield Library
Monitoring Home Safety , Bob Kneen, Pillar to Post, Instructor

February 8th , Thursday 1 - 4pm Ridgefield Library
Green Building ,  Tiger Inspections, Instructor

February 15th , Thursday 1 - 4pm Ridgefield Library
Contracts ,  Larry Riefberg, Instructor

February 22nd , Thursday 10am - 1pm Ridgefield Library
Fair Housing  (Mandatory) ,  Terry Hastings, Instructor

February 28th , Wednesday 10am - 1pm Ridgefield Library
The Home from Top to Bottom ,   Bob Kneen,  Pilar to Post, Instructor

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Local News
Charter Revision Commission hears some new, and old, ideas
By  Macklin K. Reid  on January 18, 2018 The Ridgefield Press
 Like bramble-strewn paths that may or may not lead to places worth visiting, four avenues for exploration have been laid out before the Charter Revision Commission.
Speakers at the commission’s public hearing Monday, Jan. 8, suggested that town government might be improved by: