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Poor contact management could mean you’re missing out on sales. Here are two ways to make sure you’re capturing all the potential of your contacts: Keep contact information in one place. Collect names, phone numbers, mailing addresses, emails, and other … Continue reading
Want to avoid trouble with the Seller’s Disclosure Notice and learn how damage from a natural disaster can affect it? Watch latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute. Additional resources for contract issues in the wake of Hurricane Harvey are available in the September/October issue … Continue reading
The ex-wife lives in the home, and the ex-husband owns it. They both want to sell the property. Read “When clients divorce” in Texas REALTOR® magazine to learn how to avoid trouble and transaction delays related to the listing agreement, … Continue reading
The model of sales agents leading teams of specialists—such as buyer’s agents, listing coordinators, and inside sales agents—continues to grow, but how you know if joining a team is the right decision for you? We gathered first-hand experience to help … Continue reading
If you and another REALTOR® disagree about who earned the commission in a sale, the decision of an arbitration panel will turn on which REALTOR® was the procuring cause for the sale. NAR defines procuring cause as “the uninterrupted series … Continue reading
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