Give TREC feedback and earn CE credit

Translate this page
Business people stand and clap.

02/29/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Texas Real Estate Commission ​Listening Tour is coming to you in March. These meetings give you the opportunity to shape the commission's 2017-2021 strategic plan as well as comment on potential changes to advertising rules and appraiser qualifications. Also, attendees can earn two hours of CE credit. If you can't make it to one of the meetings, give TREC your feedback using this online survey.

The Texas Association of REALTORS® is also reviewing TREC's proposals and will be providing comment at the appropriate time.

The schedule for the meetings is below; get more details at TREC's website

March 2 10 a.m. Collin County Association of REALTORS®
March 8 10 a.m. Austin Board of REALTORS®
March 9 10 a.m. San Antonio Board of REALTORS®
March 10 12 p.m. Lubbock Association of REALTORS®
March 18 10 a.m. Waco Association of REALTORS®
March 22 10 a.m. Houston Association of REALTORS®
March 23 12 p.m. McAllen Association of REALTORS®
March 24 8:30 a.m. Harlingen Board of REALTORS®
March 24 12 p.m. Brownsville Board of REALTORS®












Categories: Legal
Tags: trec, legal


Candy Cargill on 03/15/2016

Gerald and Diana,
I can agree with you 100%, being from a small town, even though located in the Texas Hill Country, I often feel like everything is directed toward the larger metro areas that just work differently. This is not just a State issue, National level also. Just hang in there and be sure to fill out the online survey to have your voice heard.

Gerald Waldon on 03/01/2016

Let me know when one comes to East Texas in a one hour drive from Longview or Tyler. Thanks!

Diana Hoover on 03/01/2016

I would like to see more inclusion of the Panhandle of Texas.  We are a long way from Austin and seem to get forgotten.  Amarillo is the nearest BIG town to us and would probably participate in a Realtors meeting.  When I read the magazine TAR puts out and the one TREC publishes, the stats for the state Texas don’t usually include the Panhandle. 

Leave a Comment

Read our commenting policy

advertise with us

Legal disclaimer

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.

Advice for REALTORS®

5 ways smart-home tech affects real estate transactions

5 apps that can keep you safe in—or before—a crisis

Is the eviction process different for manufactured homes?

3 places you can find free marketing content


More advice for REALTORS®