Are you in compliance with TREC’s advertising rules?
03/31/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
Do you have to put your broker’s name on your sign? Must you use the terms agent, broker, realty, or REALTOR® in your ads? Many Texas license holders have questions like these about following the Texas Real Estate Commission’s advertising rules. The image below can help you determine if you’re following TREC’s rules for your real estate advertising.
Learn more about TREC’s advertising rules during the TAR Legal Department’s next online town hall on April 8 at 10 a.m. CDT. Get details and register at texasrealestate.com/onlinetownhall.
If you have questions about complying with TREC’s advertising rules, you can call the TAR Legal Hotline at 800-873-9155, or TREC at 512-936-3000.
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