The HDAOR Office is Relocating!
The High Desert Association of REALTORS® will be relocating to a temporary office location as of Tuesday, February 16th.
* * * The new office is at 14281 7th Street, Victorville, CA 92395. * * *
Due to heavy rains that we have been experiencing this year and
intrusion of water into the building, an investigation was undertaken by professional environmental consultants, and their report found organisms traditionally associated with mold may be present in the walls of the building. The Association has committed to remediating any potential mold condition, and until environmental consultants certify the building has met remediation standards, the employees will be relocated and membership and public events will not be hosted in the building.
We are still open for business at our current location to provide services to our members. Online services are also available to all our members.
Scheduled committee meeting as of February 16th will be held in our new locations. The location of our General Membership Meetings has not been determined. We will keep you informed with all updated information.
Diane Smith, Executive Officer
High Desert Association of REALTORS
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The High Desert Association of REALTORS® (HDAOR), with assistance from the Crime Prevention staff at the San Bernardino County Sheriff's, launched a year-long initiative earlier this year to provide information and resources on how to start and maintain a Neighborhood Watch group.
Since the passage of Proposition 47 by California voters last November, many crimes that were formerly considered felonies have been reduced to misdemeanors—with offenders facing little, if any, jail time if caught. We believe this may serve as a disincentive for criminals to obey the law.
Crime PREVENTION is the best way to help keep our homes and our neighborhoods safe. One of the most effective crime prevention tools is Neighborhood Watch. It is simply an organized group of citizens devoted to crime and vandalism prevention within a neighborhood.
The HDAOR is hosting a FREE, public meeting on Wednesday, February 24th 2016 at 3:00 and 6:00 p.m. at our office at 11890 Hesperia Road in Hesperia and we invite you to come and receive information and resources to start and maintain a healthy Neighborhood Watch program.