Our #1 priority is the health and wellbeing of our members and their families, staff, and the community. In compliance with California Governor Gavin Newsom’s statewide Executive Order N-33-20, BAOR will be closing its doors to the public as of Tuesday, March 24th, until such time the authorities deem it safe to reopen.


Staff will, for the most part, be working remotely and will have limited in-office hours during the "Safer at Home" order. We will continue to communicate with our members via email during regular business hours, from 8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. If you need assistance or have questions, please send an email to info@burbankrealtors.org.  


Thursday morning MLS Marketing Meetings at the Association office: Live meetings are temporarily canceled.


Burbank Open Houses: In light of Governor Newsom’s Executive Order and CAR’s recommendations, CRMLS is in the process of removing open house options from all CRMLS systems. For detailed information on this order, please visit CAR’s article Stay At Home Guidelines.


2020 MLS Dues Deadline: The 2020 MLS dues deadline has been extended to Friday, April 3rd, 2020. If you would like to make quarterly or semi-annual payments, please email us at info@burbankrealtors.org before the due date. Payments can be made by mail or online at www.burbankrealtors.org.


REALTOR Financial Relief: Check out https://www.carcovidupdates.org/realtor-relief for the latest information regarding Realtor Relief.


CRMLS: If you need MLS support, you can call 800-925-1525 x2059, submit a ticket, or click here to chat with a live agent (Monday – Friday 8:30 am to 9:00 pm or Saturday & Sunday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm). The CRMLS Education team has gone virtual. All BAOR MLS trainings will be held remotely via Zoom. Click here to sign up.


Real Estate Transactions: If you are seeking guidance on a real estate transaction as it relates to COVID-19, please click here or call 213-739-8282 to contact CAR Legal Hotline.    

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in these trying times and look forward to servicing our members as best as possible under the circumstances.

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  • Proactively represent the interests of the Association and its members, support fair housing, promote the free enterprise system and preserve the rights of private property ownership.
  • Work cooperatively with CAR and NAR to promote their positions, programs and activities and to communicate the needs, concerns and issues facing the BAOR and its members.
  • Develop and maintain effective relationships with elected and appointed representatives at the local, state, and federal levels.
  • Monitor activities of local governmental entities and advocate the Association’s position.
  • Develop methods to increase member involvement and input into the Association’s public policy decision making process.
  • Inform members of the Association’s positions on public policy issues and about governmental actions affecting their business.
  • Develop methods to effectively evaluate candidates for public office and to support those candidates that are supportive of the Association’s beliefs and policies.
  • Develop programs and activities to better inform members about the political process and to encourage them to get involved.
  • Create and maintain an effective political contact network for all levels of government.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Board of Directors.

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Committee Members

Mike Napolitano 

Harry Timuryan 

Tony Bright

Alisa Cunningham

Teresa Garcia

Elena Hubbell

Bryan Ochse

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