Updated: 6 days ago


Any items purchased on our online store are available for pickup on Wednesday via appointment.

In order to comply with the social distancing guidelines the below must be followed. No in-store purchase allowed! If the item is not picked up on the scheduled Wednesday, members will have to pick up their item on the next scheduled appointment.

Purchasing instructions:

1. Order store items online via Member Portal by clicking on "Shop" (use your Paragon credentials to login)

2. After placing your order, reserve a time/date to pick up your item via Appointlet

3. On the day of scheduled pick up time, call the association (510) 848-4288 when you are in the building and we will leave your item outside by the office door

Deliveries will be available by request.

Our online store is your official one-stop shop for all real estate-related needs. Browse a variety of products and supplies from the comfort of your home, office, or even on-the-go!

Bridge Association of REALTORS® members receive discounted pricing.

Re-cycling vs. “Wish-cycling”: Know the difference!

Here are some of the most common items to KEEP OUT of the recycling bin:

  1. Plastic Bags: Many people add soft plastic bags to their recycling bin, or even bag their recyclables in plastic before adding them to their cart. But soft plastic bags can clog machines. Most recyclers do not accept film plastic of any kind. Check below to see what is accepted in your city.

  2. Food containers...with food: If it’s got food stains or grease on it, it doesn’t belong in recycling. Lucky for us pizza lovers, cardboard boxes can be composted as can other food-soiled paper, as long as they’re not lined with plastic. Boxes with a shiny interior are most often lined with plastic and cannot be recycled nor composted. Napkins and paper towels should always go in the compost.  

  3. Wrapping paper and receipts: Shiny, metallic wrapping paper and glittery cards are all non-recyclable and can contaminate an entire bin of paper. Cash register receipts are mostly not recyclable. If it is on thermal paper, it contains nasty chemicals. Toss it!

When in doubt, throw it out!

To view details about the top 10 offenders to keep out of recycling bins, click here. To learn more about what really can be recycled check with the recyclers for your city:

For a quick guide, visit and then choose Berkeley or Oakland Questions about large items, visit: or check out this helpful summary.

In commemoration of Latinx Heritage Month (September 15th- October 15th)  the California Association of REALTORS® is proudly celebrating the stories of 12 Latinx industry leaders in our Breaking Down Barriers campaign.  One of the trailblazers is one of our very own, Jill Broadhurst!

Jill has been featured in: 

C.A.R. is celebrating Latinx Heritage Month and is proud to amplify the voices of Latinx industry leaders who are breaking down barriers. Congratulations to our Bridge AOR member, Jill Broadhurst, for being recognized as a Latinx industry leader! Read their inspiring journeys here >>

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Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Phone: 510-848-4288

Fax: 510-848-2439



Main Office:

2855 Telegraph Ave. Suite 600

Berkeley, CA 94705

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