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.  

 

2020 MLS Dues Deadline Extended to Friday, April 17, 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 online at www.burbankrealtors.org.

 

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.    

 

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.

 

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.

    

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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How do I disable the Firefox encryption warning

Question: How do I disable the Firefox encryption warning that occurs when I log into this website?

Answer: Firefox security is set to warn users when a site they are browsing is collecting data on an encrypted page, but sending it over an unencrypted connection. This issue can be resolved by adding the site in quesiton to the trusted sites in your computer's internet options. To do this, follow the steps below:

  1. Launch Control Panel
  2. In the list, find Internet Options (if View by: is set to Category, select Network and Internet then Internet Options)
  3. Select the Security tab
  4. Click on the Trusted Sites icon (green check mark)
  5. Click on the sites button (just below the icons)
  6. Uncheck the box at the bottom of this page that says, "Require server verification (https:) for all sizes in this zone
  7. Type *.rapmls.com in the Add this website to the zone box.
  8. Click Add
  9. Click Close to close this page
  10. Click Ok to close this page
  11. Close ALL your browsers (Important!)
  12. To test:
    1. Launch Internet Explorer (or Chrome, Firefox, Safari)
    2. Log in again
    3. Click on the Rapattoni MLS button
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