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11/08/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

The Texas Real Estate Commission last week launched an online survey that will help the state agency better understand license holders and their needs. TREC will use the survey data to improve customer service, increase license holder expertise, and enhance consumer protection.

The anonymous survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and will be available until the end of November.

Take the survey now.

Categories: Legal
Tags: texas real estate commission, surveys


Mickey Parson on 11/15/2016

i would retake.

Reba Saxon on 11/15/2016

Let me ask a question. If TREC pulled the survey back and made it better, would you retake it?



Mickey Parson on 11/11/2016

Please tell me again why the “RESIDENTIAL SERVICE CONTRACTS” is included in the TREC NO. 20-13 (7.H.)?

Sharon on 11/10/2016

Couldn’t take the survey because website is down until Monday.

Mark McNitt on 11/08/2016

MCE requirements need to be beefed up and modified to reflect 21st century marketing/advertising and how it effects us legally.  Minimum number of transactions possibly per year to maintain a license in the state would possibly improve performance of Realtors.  Updating the TREC website would be nice.

Judy McKee on 11/08/2016

I took the survey and no where was I able to mention other than what they wanted answered. First, they need to update their website and take out or off the website out dated information. There are license info that is over 10 years old.  They also could make the website user friendly and update information daily. I am sure they have a full time staff that works on the website. TAR does a better job than TREC.

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