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What you don’t know about Texas license holders

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09/27/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

How do you stack up against other license holders in Texas? Data from the Texas Real Estate Commission’s monthly staff reports offer insights into license holder activity and the work this government agency is involved in. This infographic highlights some stats that may surprise you, like the number of active license holders in the state, the top complaints against license holders, and the percentage of brokers and sales agents who pass the real estate licensing exams on their first try.

Infographic with TREC stats

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