Share why you love your Texas home—there’s $5,000 at stake

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The Texas flag waving in the wind.

08/04/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

How would you spend a $5,000 prize? Start thinking now because you have a pretty good shot at winning one of three great prizes in the My Texas Home Video Contest ... but you can't win if you don't enter. 

Just submit a short video (no more than 90 seconds) about what makes Texas a special place to call home. The contest celebrates the pride that comes with owning a home in Texas and the fact that Texas REALTORS® work to make property ownership in Texas affordable and less burdensome. 

Top prize is $5,000. There’s $2,000 for second place and a $500 third-place prize. The deadline for submissions is midnight, Aug. 7, so get your camera ready. 

You can find more information about the contest at

Good luck!

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