What TAR is saying about you on the radio

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The Texas flag waving in the wind.

12/31/2014 | Author: Editorial Staff

As a Texas REALTOR®, you play an important role in creating legislation that helps real estate buyers, sellers, and owners … and your state association wants to let them know.

The Texas Association of REALTORS® is airing radio spots on AM and FM stations across the state that explain how Texas REALTORS® work to protect the rights of private-property owners at the Texas Capitol.

Click here to listen to two 30-second messages currently airing and look for even more radio spots in the new year.

Categories: Governmental Affairs, Buyers, Sellers, Renters
Tags: consumers, governmental affairs


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