Real Estate on the Ballot Today

You have another chance to support pro-real estate candidates today if you live in a district holdin...

Real Estate Wins in Texas Primary Elections

Thank you, REALTORS®. Your dedication to electing pro-real estate candidates showed in the March 3 ...

Your First Stop in the Primary Election

Early voting in the March 3 primary election has started and runs through February 28. Primary elec...

New Year, New Real Estate Laws

Several new real estate-related laws passed in 2019 by the 86th Texas Legislature took effect on Jan...

9 Texas REALTOR® Advocacy Wins in 2019

Texas REALTORS® had an incredible year as the strongest advocates for real estate consumers in the ...

How Real Estate Won in the Texas Legislative Session

The 86th Texas Legislature adjourned May 27, closing out a monumental session for Texas real estate ...

What Happened at the NAR Meetings in Washington, D.C.

Hundreds of Texas REALTORS® were in Washington, D.C., May 14-18 to advocate for real estate consume...

Voters End Forced Annexation in Two More Texas Counties

During the May 4 local elections, voters in Ellis and Montague counties in North Texas overwhelmingl...

Your Grassroots Efforts in Action at the Texas Capitol

Close to 3,000 REALTORS® converged in Austin on March 26 to advocate for private property rights an...

Could You Win an Election?

Are you thinking about running for office? Have you gone a step further and already put your name on...

Could you get elected?

Maybe you’ve always wanted to run for office. Maybe you’re just toying with the idea. Or maybe y...

Runoff Recap: Great for Texas Real Estate

The May 22 primary runoff election in Texas proved to be an outstanding night for REALTOR®-supporte...

You helped Texas property owners on Tuesday

Thank you, Texas REALTORS®. Your dedication to electing pro-real estate candidates showed in the Ma...

Vote for Texas homeowners today

Today is Election Day, and no matter where you live in the state, you have seven constitutional amen...

How to be a superhero for Texas homeowners

This post was written by TAR Political Affairs Director Brandon Alderete. We’ve all heard variati...