Broker and Managers – Legislative Update

Asked to lower your commission?

Try one or more of these five options when you hear this common consumer question.


TREC will emphasize enforcing IABS form rules

Texas law requires all agents and brokers provide written notice regarding information about brokerage services at the first substantive communication with a prospective client, but not enough license holders are following the law. See what Texas Real Estate Commission Chairman Avis Wukasch has to say about the issue and get more details on how to comply.


Make multiple-offer situations go smoothly

How do you manage multiple offers? One Texas Association of REALTORS® instructor says getting it right starts with the listing presentation. Learn how to work with your sellers by managing their expectations, finding out when and how they want you to respond to offers, and more.


How do you network with other REALTORS®? 

Texas REALTOR® magazine editors want to know how you’ve grown your network of fellow REALTORS® and how it’s helped your business. Share your experience with Texas REALTOR® editors by email or leave us a voicemail at 512-829-7130.


The new laws that will affect your business

Read a recap of what happened during the 85th Texas Legislature and what it means for real estate.


You’re invited: Texas YPN hosts 2017 Texas REALTORS® Conference event for all

The Texas Young Professionals Network (YPN) will host a series of events on Sunday, September 10, open to all attendees of the 2017 Texas REALTORS® Conference, including a YPN education session from 1 to 3 p.m., a Trade Expo treasure hunt with free drinks at 5 p.m., and a YPN social from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Go to to learn more about this year’s conference from September 8 to 11 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas.


More links for Texas REALTORS®

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