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Monthly Archives: January 2018
The Texas Real Estate Commission’s revised advertising rules go into effect May 15, and that means new requirements for team names. The latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute covers what words must be included in a team name and what’s prohibited. Read … Continue reading
I sponsor several agents who work out of their homes. I have a license for the main office, but another broker told me that I’m required to also have a branch-office license for every agent’s home. Is that true? It … Continue reading
Members sometimes call the hotline when a seller is under contract but wants to accept a second offer that is higher. However, accepting the second offer is problematic. Doing so can bind the seller to two contracts to sell his … Continue reading
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Smart home devices allow users to remotely monitor and control features of a home. That could be locks, garage doors, light bulbs, smoke alarms, outlets, cameras, other sensors—or all of them at once through an internet-connected hub. More homeowners are incorporating … Continue reading
The Texas Association of REALTORS® has proposed four new commercial forms: Commercial Contract Condominium Addendum (Incomplete Construction) (1946) Commercial Request for Evaluation Materials and Confidentiality Agreement (1947) Commercial Lease Notice of Tenant’s Breach of Lease (2123) Commercial Sublease Guaranty (2124) … Continue reading
A new report from CBRE shows that the average size of warehouses built in the U.S. during 2012 to 2017 has more than doubled compared to the last development upswing, from 2002 to 2007. The average warehouse size increased by … Continue reading