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Category Archives: Commercial
Three commercial brokers from Texas have been recognized as winners of the NAR 2017 National Commercial Awards: David Aldrich, Greater Fort Worth Association of REALTORS® Adrian Arriaga, Greater McAllen Association of REALTORS® Coy Garrett, Arlington Board of REALTORS® The awards … Continue reading
The 85th Texas Legislature considered several bills related to commercial real estate. During the regular session, TAR supported House Bill 1449 (Simmons), which was signed into law to prohibit cities from imposing linkage fees on all new residential and commercial … Continue reading
College football legend Lou Holtz leaves Texas REALTORS® with 3 rules on Day 1 of 2017 Texas REALTORS® Conference
Harvey and the resilience of Texas and its REALTORS® was a theme echoed throughout the first day of the 2017 Texas REALTORS® Conference at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas. Speakers and leaders made time to recognize the generosity of Texas … Continue reading
The National Flood Insurance Program was created in 1968 to mitigate future losses from flooding by offering insurance in communities that agree to enforce building standards designed to prevent flood damage. Of the more than 5 million homes insured through … Continue reading
Do you know what the base flood elevation of a building is? How about the lowest adjacent grade? Where would you go to find a Flood Insurance Rate Map? The June issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine features one member’s story of … Continue reading
Commercial reports for apartment, retail, office, flex/R&D, warehouse/distribution, and industrial sectors for the first quarter of 2017 are now available. See the reports for 24 Texas markets You receive these reports—worth thousands of dollars—as a benefit of your membership in … Continue reading