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Fast | Easy | Accurate The new Fast Pass is designed to keep you moving through your education classes faster, easier, and more accurately. Access the Fast Pass on any electronic device and you are all set to scan…and go! Don’t have your ID? No problem! You even have the option to include your photo […]read more
Do not miss the MetroTex event of the year! Celebrating a year of accomplishments, the MetroTex Association of REALTORS® will announce the winners for each of its four prestigious annual industry awards. We will also embrace the future of our association by installing our 2020 Officers and Directors. December 4 | Gaylord Texan […]read more
NAR releases its 2019 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers Nov. 8 during the REALTORS® Conference & Expo. The profile is real estate’s definitive guide on buyer and seller demographics, behavior, and trends. It’s the industry’s gold standard, offering the most recent and comprehensive data available. You and your members can preorder the full report, […]read more
NAR Passes MLS Proposal to Strengthen Cooperation Marketing a Listing? MLS Submission Will Soon Be a Must At its Nov. 11 meeting, NAR’s Board of Directors approved MLS Statement 8.0, also known as the Clear Cooperation policy. The policy requires listing brokers who are participants in a multiple listing service to submit their listing to […]read more
A memorial service celebrating the life and many accomplishments of beloved REALTOR® Lila Richards is scheduled for November 9th at 3pm. Lila was an industry legend and we join together with the real estate community and her family in celebration of her life, love and friendship. November 9th 3:00pm Wilshire Baptist Church 4316 Abrams Rd., […]read more
Born in San Antonio, Texas in 1918, raised in Dallas, Martha Deniger Carlson lived an historic and groundbreaking life. She recently passed at the age of 101. A smart, successful and determined lady, she graduated from Highland Park High School in 1936, and later attended SMU where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. […]read more