Is your Texas REALTOR® magazine missing?

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02/03/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

If you haven’t been receiving Texas REALTOR® in the mail, there’s an easy way to find out why. Here are the steps to take to make sure you get your magazine at your preferred address:

  1. Log in to your texasrealestate.com account, then go to Settings on the far right side of the top menu. Select Edit profile. Click Magazine preferences in the menu on the left.
  2. On the Magazine preferences page, make sure the box next to “Mail me the print version of Texas REALTOR® magazine” is checked. Then, review the mailing address listed in the blue box on the right side of the page. (On this page, you can also choose if you want an email when the digital edition is available online.) Make sure to click the Save button if you check or uncheck any boxes.
  3. If there’s an error with your address, or you want to change it, call your local association and ask to update your “mailing preference address/magazine mailing preference address.”

If you have been receiving your Texas REALTOR® magazine at your preferred address, no action is necessary to continue its delivery.

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