Texas Real Estate Trends

Keep up to date with all things real estate in the lone star state and find out what is trending to develop and grow in your real estate career.

With business booming, luxury real estate in Texas is an attractive market for new and established real estate agents in the state
Want to become a real estate agent? The California vs. Texas debate is heating up. Learn which state currently has the edge, based on 2020 Census data.
A recent study looked at 22 indicators of a healthy real estate environment. Here are the best cities based on competition, job opportunities, and more.
The Fair Lending Acts are federal laws that impact the mortgage process. Real estate professionals must understand these laws and how they impact the industry.
How long it takes to sell a house in Texas depends on factors like location, available inventory, local job opportunities, and the current interest rate.
Fair Housing in Texas
April 14, 2021
Texas real estate agents need to observe both state and federal laws regarding fair housing in order to prevent discrimination against protected individuals.
Californians are moving to Texas at a growing rate. Here's what that means for Texas real estate, including how to earn your Texas real estate license.
Texas requires all real estate agents to take Sales Agent Apprentice Education (SAE) coursework to qualify for their first license renewals.
TRELA is the law, and TREC is the enforcer of that law. TRELA and TREC go hand in hand! Learn more about what you need to know moving forward with your real estate career.
If you feel like you're stuck in a rut, a move into the real estate world could be highly rewarding.
More than half of homes sold in 2017 will be bought by first-time homebuyers, according to Realtor.com. The largest segment will be millennials.
To get your Texas real estate license, you need to take six courses that total 180 classroom hours.

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