GHAR 2019 Membership Dues - If you haven't already paid
We look forward to providing you with even more education, support, events, and tools for you to be successful in 2019! It's important to us that you get the help and support you need from an association that is relevant, available, and knowledgeable. We appreciate your membership and look forward to serving you in the year ahead! Here is a list of all your current benefits from GHAR, CTR, and NAR. Be sure to take advantage of us!

The GHAR 2019 membership renewal was due on January 1, 2019To avoid a $30 reinstatement fee and suspension, payment must be received by 5pm on January 31, 2019. Please make your payment via the "My Outstanding Invoices" link in Internet Member Services. Instructions are on your individual bill.

If you have any questions, please call Member Services at 860-561-1800. Thank you for your membership.
A Note from 2019 GHAR President, Rob Levine
2019 GHAR President, Rob Levine, discusses your benefits
Introducing 2019 GHAR President, Rob Levine!
Take just a minute and hear all about the benefits you receive as a member of GHAR.

Take advantage of GHAR!

Legal Forms Update - Supplemental
The following forms have been updated:
Blank Addendum to the Real Estate Purchase Contract, Concrete/Foundation Advisories for Buyers and Sellers, Exclusive Agency Listing Contract, Exclusive Right to Lease Listing Contract, Exclusive Right to Lease or Sell with Option to Buy, Open Listing Contract and Request for Confirmation of Offer Submittal.
FREE CE Classes at GHAR - $5 Charitable Donation
The following CE classes are free with a $5 donation to the GHAR Foundation!
January 31st, 9am to 12pm: Home Inspection Standards of Practice with Dave Sherwood. 3 elective CE Credits!
March 21st, 9am to 12pm: Smart Agents, Smart Clients with Lauren Egan. 3 elective CE Credits. Course includes compliance, Matrix and other products, Homesnap Pro. Including, Contact Manager/Search/Integrated Tax, Stats/Market Reports and More!
Pass Through Tax Deduction Guidance
The IRS has issued guidance on the new Qualified Business Income Tax deduction (QBI). The so-called "pass-through deduction,created by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)allows many owners of sole proprietorships, partnerships, S corporations, trusts, or estates to deduct up to 20 percent of their qualified business income.  
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March 1, 9am: Adapting to Shifting Communication Styles
March 8, 9am: Rentals: Rules of the Road
March 13, 5:30pm: St Patty's Day Warm Up, Hog River Brewery
March 22: CT Real Estate Agency Law Review & Fair Housing - Part I,II
March 29, 9am: Introduction to Commercial Real Estate