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Since partnering in March 2018, Tenant Background Search and MetroTex have provided hundreds of agents and brokers around the DFW metroplex with a new and efficient process for their tenant screenings and rental applications. And we’re just getting warmed up.. Not only is the application process completely automated, but now agents have the ability for […]read more
The 86th Texas Legislature adjourned May 27, closing out a monumental session for Texas real estate consumers and private property rights. Thanks to your grassroots advocacy efforts during REALTOR® Day at the Texas Capitol and timely response to calls for action, Texas REALTORS® earned several legislative victories this session. The following REALTOR®-supported bills passed the […]read more
You probably know at least five people in your sphere of influence, circle of friends or in your office that you are a little jealous of, right? It seems like they have it all…they enjoy success in every aspect of their lives, from their careers to their relationships and even their level of creature comforts. […]read more
Content seeks to educate consumers on the value of a Realtor®, who abides by a Code of Ethics, practices advocacy and is backed by the nation’s largest trade association. While many people know that a Realtor® helps buy and sell homes, what they may not know is that only a Realtor® is a member of […]read more
If you receive an email with the subject line “*PLEASE READ** Important Updates & Changes to 2019 Member Roster,” be aware that it is not from the National Association of REALTORS®. If you have received this fraudulent email, which asks you to click on a member directory PDF, please alert NAR Member Support at Contact […]read more
Survey Deletion Coverage is often also referred to as “Survey Deletion”, “Survey Amendment”, and “Survey Coverage.” When survey deletion coverage is given in the title policy it offers Buyers protection for errors or omissions that may have been made by the surveyor and accepted by the title company by changing the language in the “standard […]read more