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Tag Archives: brokers
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
If you’re in the process of taking on a new role or switching brokerages, convincing a broker that you’d be an asset to her business is just the first step. Once that offer comes, it’s time to do your due … Continue reading
Whether you’re a broker, in the process of becoming one, or happy as a sales agent, there are lessons to be learned from how Texas REALTORS® have navigated the process of earning their broker’s license. In the June issue of … Continue reading