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Tag Archives: brokers
Did you know that the free REALTORS® Property Resource (RPR) app has tools specifically for brokers and managers? Attend a free webinar hosted by RPR at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, February 14 to learn about the basics of RPR, how … 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
Adding agents to your brokerage can benefit your business, but only if you give them the foundation to succeed. Here’s how to help your new agents thrive. Help agents come up with a business plan. A good business plan includes … Continue reading
Many people think a business entity is the same thing as a DBA, which stands for “doing business as.” In fact, they have different meanings and purposes. A business entity is a type of business structure, such as a sole … Continue reading
The Texas Real Estate Commission met on August 7 and adopted amendments to existing rules and proposed several more. View the meeting materials packet, which provides more details about all the changes, on TREC’s website. Here’s a breakdown of adopted … Continue reading