Summer advertising campaign tells consumers to work with a Texas REALTOR®

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Downloadable brochure cover with colorful illustration of a house with a sold sign. Headline: Now THAT'S a smart move

06/06/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Texas Association of REALTORS® this week launched a summer advertising campaign promoting Texas REALTORS® to consumers on the web, radio, and social media.

The campaign tells consumers that it’s a smart move to work a Texas REALTOR® and directs them to a free 14-page guide with tips from Texas REALTORS®. The downloadable guide covers how to avoid costly mistakes when buying a home, and the campaign also directs consumers who are interested in commercial real estate, farms and ranches, property management, vacation homes, and investment properties to the appropriate REALTORS®.

Check out the guide, and visit the campaign's page on to share the guide with your prospects and clients and to look at the campaign's ads.

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Candy Cargill on 06/06/2016

The Central Hill Country Board of REALTORS was fortunate enough to have as our guest speaker Mr. Travis Kessler, President/CEO of the Texas Association of REALTORS just last week.  This was his presentation and it was simply wonderful.
If you have the chance to make a presentation, run, don’t walk to it…totally worth your time after you see all of the time and effort, not to mention money that is going into promoting YOU as a Texas REALTOR!!!

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