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Are real estate firms optimistic about the future?

NAR's 2016 profile report reveals overarching confidence among execs. Key Takeaways NAR's 2016 Profile of Real Estate firms, based on survey of executives who are also NAR members, reveals that brokerages are overwhelmingly confident about profitability moving forward. Still, low inventory and high prices have led to a dip in …

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Top Five At-Risk REALTOR® Activities

As a real estate professional, you put yourself at risk every day — you just might not realize it. Meeting new clients, showing properties, holding open houses, and letting strangers get into your car may be jeopardizing your personal safety. Such everyday tasks seem harmless, but as some real estate …

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August 2016 Market Report

Austin-Round Rock home sales, prices rise in August 2016 Austin Board of REALTORS® releases August 2016 Central Texas Housing Market Report Click on any image above to view infographics for each area. To save infographics, click the area above first. Once the infographic appears, right click on the image with …

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September Course Picks

Some pretty great things came out for the first time in September. Band-Aids hit the market in 1920; the New York Times published its first edition in 1851; and the first comic strip was printed in an American newspaper in 1875. As a tribute to comic strips, we're sharing one …

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TREC Proposes Four New Changes

The Texas Real Estate Commission’s most recent quarterly meeting included several proposals of interest to license holders. However, the agency did not discuss any changes to current advertising rules, choosing instead to continue to work with the Texas Association of REALTORS® toward a solution that protects consumer interests. Here are …

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