What your unlicensed assistant can no longer do
08/10/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff
Do you sometimes ask your unlicensed assistant to unlock a home for a client if you're running late? A change to the way TREC interprets what it means to "show" a home makes that no longer allowed. Get more information about this new interpretation and what additional changes could be on the horizon in the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute.
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