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.

Buying and selling homes in a Municipal Utilities District requires different procedures and information. Find out what you and your clients need to know.
Are holiday closing gifts required? No. Are they expected? Absolutely. Here are a few easy housewarming gifts for your clients.
In Promulgated Contracts, you’ll learn all about the different types of contract forms that are promulgated by TREC. Here's a few takeaways and overviews for the course
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Are you thinking about becoming a real estate appraiser in Texas? Here's what you need to know about how to become a licensed appraiser and what that means for your career.
As you begin your journey into Texas real estate, you’ll see a lot of designations, such as Real Estate Agent, Realtor, and REALTOR®. You may be wondering what the differences are, and more importantly, which one you should become. Let’s spell out the distinctions!
Ready to level up your license? Part of the education requirement for a broker license starts before you even get your sales associate license. Find out how to grow in your real estate career here!
You’re thinking about getting your Texas real estate license, but you aren’t sure how much it will cost. Let’s break down both pre-license and post-license costs so you know exactly what to expect.
This overview will let you know what to expect from the Promulgated Contract Forms course specifically. Many students save Promulgated Contract Forms for last because it provides some of the most hands-on application of concepts you learn in your pre-license courses. Still, it serves as a stand-alone guide to the required forms you will fill out in Texas real estate transactions. Let’s go over a few of the key topics the course will cover.
Principles I lays out more foundational real estate concepts and Principles II gets into more complex concepts. Tackle on the next level with ease in understanding the fundamental principles to success in your real estate career.
Law of contracts covers both the basics and intricacies of contract law in Texas real estate. Let’s look at what that covers and how essential it is for your real estate career.
The TREC requirements for an approved real estate education program include six courses.Real Estate Finance covers the basics of financing that are essential for real estate professionals to know. This overview will let you know what to expect from the Real Estate Finance course.

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