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Fighting Murphy’s Law During Closing

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Four Texas REALTORS® share their experiences fighting Murphy’s Law on the way to closing. At 5 p.m. on the last day of the month, after a six-month ordeal, Anna Lee Trinidad finally heard the three words she thought might never be uttered: “closed and funded.” In the half year it took …

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10 Frequently Asked Questions About Trees, Fences, & Neighbors

This post was previously published as an article in Austin REALTOR® magazine. Here are some frequently asked questions on trees, fences, and neighbors. Feel free to share this information with your colleagues, clients, and friends. Who owns a tree? The person who owns the land on which the trunk of …

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January Academy Courses

In 2016, make professional development part of your New Year's resolution! This month, we're highlighting "Know Your Real Estate Contracts" courses. With all the new TREC changes in effect in January, it's critical to stay on top of the contracts process to benefit both you and your clients this year. …

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How to Protect Yourself from Cyberfraud

This article was previously published in November 2015 blog post from the National Association of REALTORS®. By 2019, cybercrime will cost businesses an estimated $2 trillion annually.  Don’t be a part of that statistic!  Implement the following best practices to safeguard you, your clients, and your business from online criminals. …

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Handling Negative Reviews: The Do’s and Don’ts

As a real estate professional, negative reviews on Yelp, realtor.com®, or social media can be harmful to your business. 88 percent of consumers claim to trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations, and therefore it can be frustrating and upsetting when a negative review surfaces. However, there’s no need …

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