Advice for Texas REALTORS®
01/23/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff
New regulations and guidance from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development affect property management and leasing activities in a number of ways.
01/20/2017 | Author: TAR Legal Staff
Your seller has two options if the buyer's lender won't have the loan processed in time for the closing date.
01/17/2017 | Author: TAR Legal Staff
Find out if they have this option.
01/10/2017 | Author: TAR Legal Staff
Find out when delivering the property to the buyer "upon closing and funding" occurs.
01/06/2017 | Author: TAR Legal Staff
A buyer might not be in default for failing to strictly comply with the closing date of a sales contract.
01/03/2017 | Author: Legal staff
If a son and daughter inherit their mother's home, does the Texas Property Code exempt them from providing a seller's disclosure notice?
12/21/2016 | Author: Legal Staff
Texas Property Code provides exemptions for who has to provide a seller's disclosure notice, but there are reasons to still disclose known material defects.
12/19/2016 | Author: TAR Legal Staff
The Texas Association of REALTORS® offers its opinion on rules affecting unlicensed assistants recently proposed by the Texas Real Estate Commission.
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