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TAR expresses concern about TREC’s proposed unlicensed-assistant rules

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12/19/2016 | Author: TAR Legal Staff

The Texas Real Estate Commission in November proposed amendments to rules affecting unlicensed assistants. (Read about the proposal in this blog post, or watch this one-minute video.) 

The Texas Association of REALTORS® this week submitted to the commission its comments about the changes, expressing concerns about how the proposal will affect certain license holders. Read TAR's comments in this PDF

If you'd like to voice your opinion on the proposal, TREC is accepting comments at until Jan. 1. 

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Tags: trec, unlicensed assistant, trec rules, legal

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