REALTOR® Resources To Help You Close The Deal

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Resources for PCAR Members

We offer real estate agent resources for our PCAR members. Access them below.

Home Sales Statistics

Bookmark this page and check back for Placer County home sales statistics.This data is live and constantly updated so you can rely on current data for your decision making.

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Number of Homes

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Average Home Price

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Months Of Inventory

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Selling Price

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Past Home Prices

View the average home price for all Placer County areas combined from 12/2008 to 11/2018.

Right to Farm Ordinance

Please see below for information for Placer County property owners and buyers. This ordinance should be shared with prospective buyers.

To Buyers of Placer County Real Estate:

Welcome to Placer County. As a new property owner, it is important for you to understand that Placer County has a Farm Ordinance for the unincorporated areas of Placer County. Please read the following ordinance and certify below that you understand the ordinance as read.

CHAPTER 5 – PLACER COUNTY

5.24.040 Right-to-farm.

A. It is the declared policy of the county of Placer to preserve, protect and encourage the development and improvement of its agricultural land for the production of food and other agricultural products. When nonagricultural land uses extend into the agricultural areas, agricultural operations often become the subject of nuisance suits. As a result, agricultural operations are sometimes forced to cease or are substantially curtailed. Others may be discouraged from making investments in agricultural improvements. It is the purpose of this section to reduce the loss to the county of its commercial agricultural resources by limiting the circumstances under which agricultural operations may be deemed to constitute a nuisance.

B. No agricultural activity, operation, or facility, or appurtenances thereof, conducted or maintained for commercial purposes, and in a manner consistent with proper and accepted customs and standards, as established and followed by similar agricultural operations, shall be or become a nuisance, private or public, due to any changed conditions in or about the locality, after the same has been in operation for more than one year if it was not a nuisance at the time it began.

C. For purposes of this section, the term “agricultural activity, operation, or facility, or appurtenances thereof” shall include, but not be limited to, the cultivation and tillage of soil, dairying, the production, cultivation, growing, and harvesting of any agricultural commodity including timber, Christmas trees, viticulture, apiculture, nursery stock, or horticulture, the raising of livestock, fur bearing animals, fish, or poultry, and game birds, and any practices performed by a farmer or on a farm as incident to or in conjunction with such farming operations, including preparation for market, delivery to storage, or to market, or to carriers for transportation to market.

D. For the purpose of this section, commercial “agriculture” means those agricultural lands in designated areas, or those lands that are within the California Land Conservation Act, or within a timber preserve zone or those lands that produce a gross annual income of four thousand five hundred dollars ($4,500.00) from the sale of agricultural products.

E. Each prospective buyer of property in unincorporated Placer County shall be informed by the seller or his/her authorized agent of the right-to-farm ordinance. The seller or his/her authorized agent will keep on file a disclosure statement signed by the buyer with the escrow process.

F. Whenever a building designated for residential occupancy is to be located on property in the unincorporated area of Placer County, the owners of the property, or their authorized agent, shall acknowledge receipt of the right-to-farm ordinance. (Ord. 4983-B, 1999: prior code § 5.715)

Signature: ___________________________ Date: _________________

Signature: ___________________________ Date: _________________

Sign Ordinances

Hosting an Open House? Know Before You Go!
• Avoid fines & confiscation of your signs by following all local Sign Ordinances. Here are a few key things to remember:
• Most cities prohibit signs within the “Clear Vision Triangle” of an intersection
• Many cities limit the number of “off site” signs to 5 or less
• Sun City Lincoln requires specific maroon signs*
• Sun City Roseville requires specific green signs*

*Available in PCAR Supply Center

Click the links below to view each jurisdiction’s sign ordinance:
Roseville (916) 774-5276 RealEstateSignBrochure_Roseville
Rocklin (916) 625-5120
Colfax (530) 346-2313
Loomis (916) 652-1840
Auburn (530) 823-4211
Lincoln (916) 434-2470
Placer County

Tax Bill Search

Find specific parcel information with this online property database from Placer County.

Visit County of Placer Tax Bill Search

Wood Stove Disclosure

Your sellers cannot sell or transfer a home in Placer County that contains a free standing wood stove that is not EPA Phase II certified. If their property includes a wood stove, the buyer must be notified that compliance with Section 202 of the Rule will be met. You can learn more and download relevant documentation here.

Click here to download the disclosure document PDF

Click here to download the disclosure guidelines PDF