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CodeNEXT and You: The View from District 2

This article was featured in the March/April 2017 issue of Austin REALTOR®. Read the full article here. CodeNEXT, the rewrite of Austin’s Land Development Code, has been ranked by many, ABoR included, as the most important issue that Austin’s city council will face this year. ABoR spoke with District 2 ...

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8 listing presentation tips for first-time agents

What to do before, during, and after your first listing appointment Key takeaways: Many new businesses spend time identifying their value proposition. Real estate should be no different. There is more skill to listing a property than putting a sign in the yard and taking a few pictures. Practice objections often ...

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Is real estate photography free?

As we all know, all it takes is a camera or a phone with a built-in camera to take a photo. People take pictures all day long. Some pictures are better than others because they were taken with better cameras. Modern digital cameras and smartphones are so easy to use ...

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February 2017 Market Report

Home sales growth slows across Austin-Round Rock MSA, declines in local markets in February 2017 Austin Board of REALTORS® releases expanded February 2017 Central Texas Housing Market Report AUSTIN, Texas – March 16, 2017 – The February 2017 Central Texas Housing Market Report released today by the Austin Board of ...

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TREC or TAR?

This January, the Real Estate Commission (TREC) released results from the 2016 License Holder Survey, which provides Commission insights into the status and needs of the agency’s license holders. A total of 6,914 licensed Texas real estate providers responded to the survey. Interestingly enough, part of survey results reported that 81.4% of ...

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