One way to make your commercial transactions easier

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01/19/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Before you start your next commercial transaction with someone who’s not a Texas REALTOR®, ask if he or she has a subscription to Texas FormSource. This new service gives real estate license holders in Texas who are not members of TAR a legal way to use TAR commercial forms. For $500 a year, Texas FormSource subscribers get access to 34 of TAR’s commercial forms, zipForm Plus contract-management software, and unlimited digital signatures with zipLogix Digital Ink.

When another real estate license holder subscribes to Texas FormSource, you can be sure those nonmembers are relying on the same forms that you use with your clients. You’ll know the forms are fair, plus it will save both parties from legal fees associated with preparing and reviewing non-TAR contracts. So, share with nonmembers, and start enjoying smoother commercial transactions.

Categories: Forms, Commercial real estate
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