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The termination option in Paragraph 23 of the One to Four Family Residential Contract (Resale) can be a useful safety net for you clients. It’s also a source of potential confusion and generates a number of calls to the TAR … Continue reading
Help your client respond to multiple offers without making counteroffers with advice from this 45-second video. Then get more advice about multiple-offer situations in the July Texas REALTOR® magazine.
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
Watch the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute for three things that should be in your plan, and get more information about building your business plan in the May issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine.