Mariposa County Board of Realtors® 5284 Highway 49 North, #3
P. O. Box 1003
Mariposa, CA 95338
Business: 209-966-4937 Email Mariposa County

Welcome to the Mariposa County Board of REALTORS®.  We are the local trade association for Mariposa County, including the communities of Bagby, Bear Valley, Bootjack, Briceburg, Cathey's Valley, Coulterville, El Portal, Fish Camp, Greeley Hill, Hornitos, Hunters Valley, Jerseydale, Lushmeadows, Mariposa Town, Midpines, Mormon Bar, Mount Bullion, Ponderosa Basin and Yosemite as well as other locations in the surrounding region of the Central California Foothills.

The Mariposa County Board of Realtors was established in 1975 and we became a REALTOR® Board in 1978. 

Our Members are dedicated to protecting local private property rights and helping families throughout the Mariposa County Area to achieve the American Dream of home ownership.

Our Members are community minded and belong to various local organizations like Kiwanis Club, Mariposa Rotary Club, Free & Accepted Masons, Habitat for Humanity and  V.F.W.   Since 1976 our Members have helped raise and fund scholarships for our local students; to date MCBOR has awarded $84,000 in scholarship awards.

Mariposa County is the home of Yosemite National Park so come on up the hill and see all that Mariposa County has to offer; lots of open space, clean air, friendly people and lots of fun and interesting things to see and do.  Click on the Mariposa Visitors Information link to learn about all the places to visit, stay, shop and eat in our beautiful county.


Why Use a Local REALTOR®


 While a California real estate license is good anywhere in the state, there are some compelling reasons why you should use a local REALTOR® when buying or selling property in Mariposa County.

It’s in your best interest to use an agent who knows the local real estate market and no one knows local real estate better then a local REALTOR®. Local real estate agents have extensive knowledge of the area and unique insight into local property values. They have expertise in the local market; and current issues and trends. They attend the local property tours, know the listing stock and know their way around the area, which saves time when looking for a hard-to-find listing. They have access to the local lockbox system, they know the local septic system issues in the different parts of the County, they know what’s considered above the snow and what’s considered below, they know about the County's Right to Agricultural Activity Real Estate Disclosure and they know about fire and clearance issues.

An agent who lives and works in the local area can be on hand for inspections. They are involved in their community and can put you in touch with service people you may have need of. If a buyer/seller is from out of town, they can recommend places to eat which are tried and true, good hotel/motel accommodations, and   sight-seeing attractions after the home touring part of their trip is over...and who knows, they might even turn out to be a neighbor!

… and as always, REALTORS® adhere to a strict Code of Ethics. 


C.A.R. Ombudsman Hotline


Occasionally, members of the public find themselves embroiled in a dispute with their REALTOR®. Sometimes there are even disputes between two REALTORS®. The Ombudsman Hotline is a free service available to both members of the public as well as REALTORS®. The C.A.R. Ombudsmen receives and responds to questions and complaints about members; can contact members to inform them that a client or another REALTOR® has raised a question or issue; and can provide an informed response to the person complaining.

Click here to Request a call-back from an Ombudsman Administrator. You may also call (213) 739-7227 or send an email to ombudsman@car.org.