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Have you ever considered what you could learn from the younger agents and brokers in your office? The December Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute lays out some of the benefits of upending the typical mentor relationship. Find more insights and articles in … Continue reading
Kickstart your lead generation playbook with 13 fresh ideas and learn how to keep your leads warm and moving toward a transaction in the November issue of Texas REALTOR® magazine.
Landowners who lease their private property for hunting in return for any type of compensation are required to obtain a hunting lease license. There are three types of licenses available: Hunting lease license Hunting cooperative lease license Wildlife management association … Continue reading
After feedback from Texas REALTORS® like you, we’ve updated Texas REALTOR® magazine to address your top requests. Read the newly updated Texas REALTOR® online and look for a copy in your mailbox soon. You’ll see shorter items, clearer layouts, and something … Continue reading
Poor contact management could mean you’re missing out on sales. Here are two ways to make sure you’re capturing all the potential of your contacts: Keep contact information in one place. Collect names, phone numbers, mailing addresses, emails, and other … Continue reading
Want to avoid trouble with the Seller’s Disclosure Notice and learn how damage from a natural disaster can affect it? Watch latest Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute. Additional resources for contract issues in the wake of Hurricane Harvey are available in the September/October issue … Continue reading