Why you should come to Austin next month

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03/24/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

On April 14, thousands of Texas REALTORS® from around the state will gather at the Capitol to meet with legislators to discuss issues affecting our industry during the Texas REALTOR® Hill Visits. Here’s why you should attend.

You'll have a voice at the Capitol
Meeting with elected officials shows them Texas REALTORS® are serious about supporting private-property rights and ensuring Texas remains a great place to buy, sell, lease, and own real estate. You don't have to be intimidated by the process, either. You'll be grouped with experienced Texas REALTORS® who are prepared to discuss the latest issues affecting our industry.

You'll meet other Texas REALTORS®
In addition to meeting your elected officials, you'll have a chance to meet and network with other Texas REALTORS® who are highly engaged in the industry.

You'll get to eat barbecue
An added perk many Texas REALTOR® Hill Visits attendees enjoy is the tasty barbecue lunch at the Texas Association of REALTORS® office.

Ready to attend?
Contact your local association to register. Visit texasrealestate.com/hillvisits to see more details about this year’s event and see photos from prior events.

Categories: Governmental Affairs
Tags: hill visits, governmental affairs, legislative issues


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