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09/20/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

How often have you read something useful on this blog or found a legal FAQ perfect for your situation—then forgot where it was? Luckily, there’s a tool on that can help you find it.

At, you can type a keyword in the search box, then further refine your search to certain parts of the site, including blog posts, legal FAQs, and the Texas REALTOR® magazine archive.

For example, you may have read on this blog about TAR’s summer advertising campaign that offers consumers a free 14-page guide, but you just can’t find it. At, you can enter the term “summer advertising campaign” and check the “Blog Posts” box, then hit the Search button. The top hits show you exactly where to go to find more information about the campaign, as well as the guide itself. 

You can also generally search for information on a certain topic. Say you’re looking for information about listing presentations. Type in “listing presentation” at, click the boxes next to “Blog Posts” and “Texas REALTOR® Magazine Archive,” and see the wealth of resources TAR has available for you.

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