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05/13/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

With more than 100,000 members, the Texas Association of REALTORS® wields a tremendous amount of influence in the real estate industry and on a host of topics related to housing and private property.

Whether it’s finding ways to encourage homeownership, working to keep tax burdens affordable, or protecting private property rights, the association is leading the way—and that starts with its members. Through the association’s committees, members are able to steer how the association prioritizes its programs, manages its resources and exercises its clout.

Joining one of the association’s committees is an excellent way for members to make their voices heard and burnish their own credentials in the process. There are committees focused on housing initiatives, political organizing, professional development, and more.

Signup now using the committee tool on texasrealestate.com. The deadline to volunteer is July 1, and the Leadership Team will notify those selected before the 2016 TAR Conference in Galveston.

Categories: Members, Commercial real estate
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