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How TREC’s new proposal affects unlicensed assistants

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12/08/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Texas Real Estate Commission adopted a rule and proposed further rule changes that affect unlicensed assistants. Watch the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute below for a summary of TREC's actions, and read the full text of the rules on the Texas secretary of state's website. If you have comments on the proposed changes, submit them to the commission before Jan. 1, 2017—only 73 comments were received about the previous rule proposal, so any submissions carry significant weight.

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