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04/05/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

Despite all the forms you have at your disposal—32 from the Texas Real Estate Commission and 125 more from the Texas Association of REALTORS®—there are transactions where these forms don’t apply or lack provisions you wish were included. So, what can you do? Ask for a change.

TREC and TAR welcome suggestions at any time to change existing forms or create new ones. Send your ideas for

Although you might not get a response to your message, every suggestion is logged and reviewed. Your input is vital to ensure your forms keep pace with changes to the real estate industry.

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