3 things that take longer than getting your message to D.C.

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07/11/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

It’s easy to ask your senators to support an important real estate bill right now: just send them your message from texasrealestate.com/action as part of NAR's call for action supporting the Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act.

How easy?

TAR Chairman Leslie Rouda Smith thought of three things you do every day that take longer than sending your message.

Visit texasrealestate.com/action now to send your message now. 

Categories: Members, Governmental Affairs
Tags: governmental affairs, call for action, nar, homebuyrs, legislation, hr3700, senate, capitol, s3083, realtor party


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