The Los Angeles County Boards of Real Estate (LACBOR) is a trade association dedicated to real estate issues in Los Angeles County. We are an amalgamation of local associations of REALTORS®, and consider the local REALTOR® Associations to be our members. LACBOR is governed by a board of directors appointed by these local associations. Each member association may appoint up to three directors, and may change them at any time by notifying the Executive Committee of these changes.
We facilitate discussion and build consensus among and between these associations, as well as with additional stakeholders to ensure that the voices of property owners and real estate professionals are properly and effectively represented for our members.
LACBOR’s mission is to drive real estate policy within the County of Los Angeles through education, advocacy, and building stakeholder relationships.
LACBOR Vision Statement
To be the pre-eminent and unified voice of real estate issues within Los Angeles County.
LACBOR was created in the 1970s by a group of concerned real estate associations. It is due largely to LACBOR’s diligence that the County of Los Angeles does not have Rent Control (which was eliminated 20 years ago), and many of the point-of-sale requirements found in other jurisdictions.
In 2015, LACBOR began a major reconstitution in an effort to bring the 40+ year old business model up to par with industry standards and make LACBOR more effective and relevant to the current needs of the Los Angeles County REALTOR ® Associations.
L.A. County Boards of Real Estate
3300 Foothill Blvd.
P.O. Box 8617
La Crescenta, CA. 91224