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Upcoming Events®

Mar 30

Region 7 and 13 Meeting - New Braunfels

Your opportunity to learn about the latest state and national issues affecting your business, and to share your input with Texas REALTOR® leaders.

Apr 04

2017 REALTOR® Day at the Texas Capitol

REALTORS® from across the state will unite at the Texas Capitol to meet with lawmakers.

Apr 12

Region 16 Meeting - El Paso

Your opportunity to learn about the latest state and national issues affecting your business, and to share your input with Texas REALTOR® leaders.

Apr 28

Region 11 Meeting - Victoria

Your opportunity to learn about the latest state and national issues affecting your business, and to share your input with Texas REALTOR leaders.

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2017 REALTOR® Day at the Texas Capitol:
Apr 04

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Latest Advice for Texas REALTORS®

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What to do with the earnest money when a buyer defaults after waiving the contingency

Can the buyer who waived the contingency get her earnest money back if she didn’t sell her property and now can’t close?

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Attract clients with social campaigns built on RPR data

Neighborhood data from REALTORS® Property Resource can be used to position yourself as a resource on social media.

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How bad weather could lead to an E&O claim against you

Get insights into what to do when a hailstorm happens before your clients' closing.

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Your clients could be saving money on landscape watering

A tool from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension can send automated recommendations about how much water is needed for landscaping.

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Who signs the lead-based paint addendum first?

The seller has an obligation to provide information about any known lead-based paint and lead-based paint hazards.

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