On January 1, 1997, the Camarillo, Oxnard Harbor and the Ventura Associations of Realtors merged to become the Ventura County Coastal Association of Realtors.

At the time of the merger the combined membership of the associations was approximately 1000. Now the Association has grown to well over 3000 and is growing.

The purpose of the merging of the three associations representing six cities - Camarillo, Oxnard, Fillmore, Santa Paula, Port Hueneme, and Ventura - was to create an entity which improves the quality of service, not only to the Realtor members, but also to the public, our clients and customers.

Prior to the merger, the three associations had operated independently, and at the same time provided similar services to their respective members as well as to the public. With the creation of the new, larger association, the overlap of services was eliminated. The merger allows and encourages the new Association to grow technologically.

Additionally, the goal was to create a stronger voice for real estate as an industry as well as for the preservation of private property rights. This should benefit every property owner in the greater Ventura County area.

To increase the real benefits delivered to members

To be an invaluable resource to membership by providing state-of-the-art tools, education and support, to enable members to be an indispensible asset to their clients.
To strengthen the Realtor image by maintaining an ethical environment, thus allowing members to conduct business proactively, enhancing professionalism, integrity and competency of our members.
To vigorously advocate for, and protect private property rights in our local communities, state and nation, in partnership with all Realtors.