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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®. This excerpt from the REALTOR® Code of Ethics was printed in an Amarillo publication dated November 1926. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®. The association broke ground near North Interstate Highway 35 in Austin for a building that was officially dedicated in January 1970. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®. Our Legal Hotline was established in February 1993 to help members receive information that would help them limit potential lawsuits. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! On May 18, 1971, Governor Preston Smith signed into law the bill creating the Texas Real Estate Research Center at Texas A&M University. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! The Texas REALTORS® Leadership Program began in 2004 to help potential leaders get the training needed to take the association into the future. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! Virginia Cooke became the first female president of the association in 1989. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! The association gifted $50,000 to Texas for the construction of a fountain commemorating state's bicentennial in 1975. The pink granite fountain was removed in 1996 during capitol ground renovations, but a plaque commemorating it remains. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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The volunteer application process opened today for Texas REALTORS® committees. Visit texasrealestate.com/committees to learn more about the committees that guide the association and find a link to volunteer. #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! In 1964, an international joint real estate convention was held in El Paso for the Texas Real Estate Association, Mexico Real Estate Association, and New Mexico Real Estate Association. #TBT #ShapingTexas @eprealtors

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! The Texas Real Estate Association became the Texas Association of REALTORS® in 1969. The association became Texas REALTORS® at the end of 2018. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®. The president of the association in 1963, A.B. Beddow, made 120 visits to local boards—the equivalent of an engagement every three days. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®. Here's what a state-of-the-art lockbox looked like in 1966. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®. Ebby Halliday of Dallas became the first woman to be honored as the Texas REALTOR® of the Year in 1963. #TBT #ShapingTexas @metrotexre

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! On May 12 1949, Governor Beauford Jester signed the bill creating a six-member Texas Real Estate Commission. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! In 1946, Claudine Perkins of Laredo became the first-ever woman to be president of a board associated with the National Association of Real Estate Boards. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! The first real estate license in Texas was issued to John Zeller in 1940. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! Governor W. Lee "Pappy" O'Daniel signed the first real estate license law in Texas into law in 1939. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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2020 is the 100th anniversary of Texas REALTORS®! In early 1936, the Texas REALTOR® magazine was born. It would go through several changes before coming back to its original name. #TBT #ShapingTexas

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Congratulations to @rskesner —2019 Texas REALTOR of the Year! #shapingtexas #txrealtors

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