TREC Advisor - January 2020
Texas Real Estate Commission sent this bulletin at 01/14/2021 10:00 AM CST
The Central Texas MLS was formed by the partners of Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS®, Four Rivers Association of REALTORS®, Williamson County Association of REALTORS®, Temple-Belton Association of REALTORS®, and Victoria Area Association of REALTORS®. https://ctxmls.com
We would like to welcome our new agents in Amarillo and Arlington, Texas! We also want to welcome our clients who have used our real estate services to list their properties on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
Our brokerage and agents have access to the Central Texas MLS and are ready to List Your Home!
Fort Hood Area Association of REALTORS®
Four Rivers Association of REALTORS®
Temple-Belton Board of REALTORS®
Victoria Area Association of REALTORS®
Williamson County Association of REALTORS®
Our new MLS & Realtor Associations are Odessa Board of Realtors® and Permian Basin Board of Realtors®. We are excited for our new agents to grow their business in West Texas!
As a result of changes recommended by TREC and implemented by the Agency’s sunset bill, a separate license certificate displaying the address for each branch office maintained by a broker or brokerage will no longer be required as of September 1, 2019, What does this mean for you? After September 1, 2019, the Commission will no longer accept initial applications for branch office licenses. If you currently have a branch office license, it will remain valid through its issued expiration date. However, because a branch office license is no longer required after September 1, 2019, you will not need to renew that license before it expires.
As the laws surrounding cannabis continue to change around the country, it is important that your agents are up-to-date on the policies and procedures in your area.
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