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06/01/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Online registration is now open for the 2016 Texas REALTORS® Conference. Scheduled for September 7 to 10 in Galveston, this year’s conference kicks off with keynote speaker J.R. Martinez, a well-known actor, author, speaker, and wounded U.S. Army veteran.

While registration runs through August 24, the housing deadline is August 5. Don't wait, however, as rooms dedicated for Texas REALTORS® may fill up before the housing deadline—register early!

Conveniently set less than an hour from Houston, this year’s conference gives you access to over 40 hours of CE offered by outstanding instructors. The Trade Expo will gather more than 150 exhibitors for the one-day event on September 9, displaying the latest products and services for the real estate industry. In addition to committee and business meetings, you can attend forums to learn the latest about property management, risk reduction, technology, the political landscape, and more. And if that wasn’t enough, there’s money to be won at the Trade Expo.

Visit texasrealtorsconference.com to join the more than 1,600 Texas REALTORS® who attend this event each year.

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