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04/13/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

TAR provides tools and resources you can use to improve your email newsletters and other marketing communications with clients and prospects. Here’s how to use them to your advantage.

Share consumer blog articles. The Advice for Consumers blog on is updated regularly with information for consumers who are buying, selling, or leasing property in Texas. Topics range from home maintenance tips to insights into real estate transactions. Most posts also tout the benefit of working with a REALTOR®. Link to these posts in your online communications.

Give them real estate data. TAR regularly publishes reports covering a range of real estate markets and specialties. Consumers will be most interested in information from the quarterly reports that include data for residential home sales for the state’s 25 Metropolitan Statistical Areas. Find these reports at You can also share infographics from the Real Estate Year in Review Report. Find the latest report here.

Let us do the social media scouring for you. You’re too busy to search social feeds for posts to share. Follow TAR on Twitter (@txrealtors), Facebook (, and Instagram (@txrealtors) and share our consumer-focused posts.

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The material provided here is for informational purposes only and is not intended and should not be considered as legal advice for your particular matter. You should contact your attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. Applicability of the legal principles discussed in this material may differ substantially in individual situations.

While the Texas Association of REALTORS® has used reasonable efforts in collecting and preparing materials included here, due to the rapidly changing nature of the real estate marketplace and the law, and our reliance on information provided by outside sources, the Texas Association of REALTORS® makes no representation, warranty, or guarantee of the accuracy or reliability of any information provided here or elsewhere on Any legal or other information found here, on, or at other sites to which we link, should be verified before it is relied upon.

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