Need a business loan? Nationwide can help

Nationwide, a Texas REALTORS® benefits partner, helps small-business owners get funding solution...

Get Insights Into Disciplinary Actions From TREC

You can learn from others’ mistakes by browsing the latest disciplinary actions taken by the Te...

What Kind of Documentation Can Prove the Need for an Assistance Animal?

If a tenant requests a reasonable accommodation for an assistance animal, but the disability or t...

6 Texans Named REALTORS® to Watch

The Texas REALTORS® Young Professionals Network (YPN) has named six REALTORS® under the age of ...

Think You’re Experienced in Selling and Buying Property? Read This Before You Do Anything

It’s easy to assume that because you’ve purchased and sold property in the past that you know...

Why Brokers Should Encourage Diversity

According to the latest U.S. Census numbers, the population of Texas is 42% white, 39.4% Hispanic...

Does Your Listing Have a 'Blooper Room'?

One unfinished or unsightly space in an otherwise appealing listing can be enough to turn off buy...

What Happens if a Contract Term Is Left Blank?

A term left blank in a contract does not automatically equal a zero value, nor that the section i...

Download the New Texas REALTORS® Conference App

Get ready for next week’s big event in Fort Worth by downloading the Texas REALTORS® app. This...

4 Steps to Get Effective Testimonials

1. Ask right away If you’ve done a testimonial-worthy job, clients are usually willing to give...

What Sellers Should Know About the Risks of Recording Buyers

If you have smart-home technology that can record video or audio, make sure you don’t run afoul...

Does a Property Manager Have to Disclose the Owner's Name?

REALTORS® acting as property managers sometimes ask if they are required to disclose the name ...