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07/20/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Texas Residential Leasing Specialist certification classes will be offered across the state July 22-23.

Why should you become a Texas Residential Leasing Specialist?

  • It's a great start. Becoming a Texas Residential Leasing Specialist (TRLS) puts you on track to earn your Texas Residential Property Manager (TRPM) certification.
  • It’s Texas-specific. The TRLS certification was created by Texas REALTORS® for Texas REALTORS®, so the classes apply to your business.
  • You’ll get to know your lease. This statewide certification requires completion of four 3-hour leasing education courses, including one just on the TAR Residential Lease.
  • To improve your marketing. Learn better ways to reach prospective tenants in the “Marketing and Leasing Residential Properties” class, and show prospective clients and tenants that you’re a residential leasing expert by including your TRLS certification in your marketing materials.
  • It’s convenient. The July 22-23 classes will be offered via interactive broadcast to locations across the state. To find a location near you, visit the Find a Course page and select “Texas Residential Leasing Specialist” in the Groups menu. If there isn’t a location near you listed, contact your local association to request the courses.

Categories: Business tips, Continuing education
Tags: education, professional development, property management, leasing


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