Help your Spanish-speaking clients understand the transaction
03/22/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
Did you know that the Texas Association of REALTORS® provides members exclusive access to Spanish versions of 18 of the most commonly used forms? While only English versions of TAR forms can be used as legal documents, the translated forms will help your Spanish-speaking clients get a better idea of what they’re signing. Plus, the Spanish forms were updated recently to reflect revisions to TAR and Texas Real Estate Commission forms that went into effect earlier this year.
See all the Spanish forms available to you on texasrealestate.com.
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