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05/06/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Texas Association of REALTORS® is driven by members who serve on committees, boards, and advisory groups. But these members aren’t just picked at random—they volunteer to serve and are appointed by the Leadership Team … and you could be one of them.

What TAR committees do for members
Here are just a few examples of how four of the 19 committees have served Texas REALTORS® in 2015:

  • The Property Management Committee was instrumental in the creation and implementation of TAR’s new Texas Residential Leasing Professional and Texas Residential Property Manager certifications.  
  • The International Committee hosted the fourth-annual Texas REALTOR® International Cruise to foster relationships between Texas REALTORS® and real estate professionals in Mexico, Honduras, and Belize.
  • The Member Benefits Committee vetted and selected several useful new benefits for TAR members, including discounts on tech support, roadside assistance, and prescriptions.
  • The Commercial Committee has hosted educational webinars about topics including 1031 exchanges and commercial leasing forms to ensure Texas REALTORS® are better informed about commercial real estate-related issues.

Where you can sign up
Visit the Committees page on texasrealestate.com to submit your application to serve on a 2016 TAR committee. The deadline for submissions is July 3. 

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