5 Tips to Win More Multiple-Offer Deals

Win More Multiple-Offer ScenariosIn a competitive market, buyers are looking for any strategy that c...

Answers to Common Questions About "Coming Soon" Listings

Some multiple listing services have added an option for brokers to list properties as coming soon, ...

Do You Know the Answer to These 6 Common Legal Hotline Questions?

Besides your broker, where do you turn for trustworthy information about real estate transactions? E...

How to Use the New Form Notice of Withdrawal of Offer

Texas REALTORS® have an exclusive new form they can use in residential, commercial, and farm and ra...

Watch This: There's More to Learn About Fair Housing

The federal Fair Housing Act became law 50 years ago this month. But efforts to ensure equal access ...

1 of these 2 words must be in your team name starting May 15

The Texas Real Estate Commission's revised advertising rules go into effect May 15, and that means n...

Deadline for DMCA online registration is coming

If you used a paper form to register a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) designated agent for ...

5 ways reverse mentoring can benefit your business

Have you ever considered what you could learn from the younger agents and brokers in your office? T...

Find more leads and nurture the ones you have

Kickstart your lead generation playbook with 13 fresh ideas and learn how to keep your leads warm and moving toward a transaction

Why landowners need this if they allow hunters

Landowners who lease their private property for hunting in return for any type of compensation are r...

Share This: What's included in the sale of a house?

The new Share This column in every Texas REALTOR® magazine gives you a one-pager you can share with...

Have you seen the new Texas REALTOR® magazine?

After feedback from Texas REALTORS® like you, we’ve updated Texas REALTOR® magazine to address y...

2 ways to manage your contacts more effectively

Poor contact management could mean you’re missing out on sales. Here are two ways to make sure you...

It's called the seller's disclosure for a reason

Want to avoid trouble with the Seller's Disclosure Notice and learn how damage from a natural disas...

Divorced clients? Avoid these common transaction pitfalls

The ex-wife lives in the home, and the ex-husband owns it. They both want to sell the property. Rea...

Thinking of joining a team? Here's why that might make sense for you

The model of sales agents leading teams of specialists—such as buyer's agents, listing coordinator...

Commission dispute? Here's what you need to figure out

If you and another REALTOR® disagree about who earned the commission in a sale, the decision of an ...

Get answers to your termination option questions

The termination option in Paragraph 23 of the One to Four Family Residential Contract (Resale) can b...

Why TAR is back at the Texas Capitol

Our work at the Texas Capitol this year isn’t done yet. After the regular session of the 85th Tex...

Why designations matter to you and your clients

What are designations good for? According to five REALTORS®, each with at least seven designation...

FEMA, flood plains, and real estate transactions

Do you know what the base flood elevation of a building is? How about the lowest adjacent grade? W...

Are you making these real estate investing mistakes?

You can increase your wealth by using your business experience to invest in real estate. If you aren...

Do you read Texas REALTOR® magazine? Then you must read this

Would you like a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card and improve TAR’s flagship publication at t...

12 questions to answer about your goals

When was the last time you checked your progress toward the goals you've set for your business? How...

You need a business plan—here's what should be in it

Watch the latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute for three things that should be in your plan, and g...