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01/06/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

What do an inspector, an appraiser, and a surveyor have in common? They are just a few of the many professionals helping your clients during real estate transactions.

But these industry pros can also help you in ways you may not realize.

The December 2015 edition of Texas REALTOR® magazine has dozens of insights and tips for REALTORS® from an inspector, an appraiser, an insurance agent, a mover, a surveyor, and two title officers. Even if you already received your copy in the mail, check out the digital edition—it includes online-only extras that weren’t in the print edition.

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