How to link to a completed IABS form in six steps

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04/11/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Texas real estate license holders are required to provide the Information About Brokerage Services form—completed with your contact information—to consumers at the first substantive communication.

You aren’t required to provide the form in your emails, but some license holders choose to deliver it this way.

Watch the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute to learn one way to provide the form in your emails by creating a hyperlink that consumers can click to download the form.

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