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08/26/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Ever wonder if the discounts you get as part of your TAR member dues are any good? Jan Adamson, of Lone Star Realty in Canton, did. A few years ago, she built a home with an apartment for her mother. Adamson tried the Sears Commercial discount for Texas REALTORS®—a discount that can be extended to your clients, too.

“We had two full kitchens to equip, which meant two oven/microwave combos, two down-draft cooktops, and two dishwashers, plus a refrigerator and washer and dryer for my part of the house,” she says, but great service ensured Adamson’s experience went smoothly.

“My Sears Commercial contact did a fantastic job coordinating a difficult delivery schedule, helping work out problems, and ordering special attachments and connections. She checked in to make sure things were going well, and couldn’t have been more helpful. Just that alone was great, but the discount didn’t hurt either.”

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Visit texasrealestate.com/benefits to learn more about the thousands of dollars in products and services you get for your $127 in state dues. 

Categories: Benefits, Members
Tags: members, benefits, sears commercial, texas realtor benefits, member benefits


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ANNE L BOKALO on 08/27/2015

Interesting that the value Realtor’s but not VETS.  Something is wrong with this and why we don’t shop there.

  However we go to either Home Depot or Lowe’s since they give veterans discounts, although we have to drive to another town.  Mostly with free delivery since we are in the country!


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