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Strategic Moves: How ABoR, Unlock MLS Support Agents Amidst Transition

The next few months are a critical period for your business and our marketplace. NAR has set a deadline of August 17, 2024, for the settlement-required MLS rules and broker business practice changes to take effect locally. My brokerage is preparing by updating our business practices and forms to align with the required changes and […]

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Austin Board of REALTORS

Buyer’s Rep Form, Establishes Clear Agency Relationship

The Buyer Representation Agreement (BRA) is a pivotal legal document in real estate transactions, particularly in Texas, where the market can be both vast and diverse. This document is the foundation of the relationship between a buyer and their chosen real estate agent or brokerage, delineating the terms and conditions under which the agent will

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Editor's Choice

Refining Skills for Success

In the dynamic world of real estate, the challenge of navigating market fluctuations is a constant for both new and seasoned agents. Comfortably settling into established routines and hesitating to venture beyond the confines of our comfort zones can hinder our ability to adapt to the ever-changing market dynamics. In a profession where success is

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Williamson County Association of REALTORS

Join Us for a Sweet Cause: 16th Annual TREPAC Cake Auction

We are thrilled to announce the 16th annual TREPAC Cake Auction event at the Austin Board of REALTORS®! The Women’s Council of REALTORS® has a rich history of supporting TREPAC, and this event is one of our highlights of the year. Not only do we get to share why you see us proudly wearing purple,

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Women's Council of REALTORS

How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Agents Stay Ahead

In the ever-changing world of real estate, where market trends shift rapidly and client demands evolve constantly, staying ahead of the curve is essential for success. We are at the helm of a new era; artificial intelligence is just now starting to show us what it is capable of. There are many ways that REALTORS®

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Williamson County Association of REALTORS

WCREALTORS Leaders Set the Pace for Real Estate in Central Texas

The market has been changing, and so are we! It feels like the activity in the Austin market is getting busier as spring approaches. Our February was full of activities from our organization, including events at the Texas Realtors conference, learning all about LLC’s and making better reels, and meeting up to make popby’s. With

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Women's Council of REALTORS

Effective Communication is Critical for Business Success

Communication is a key factor for success across all aspects of life and is especially important in the professional setting. Both new and experienced professionals must develop certain business communication skills to achieve their goals. Effective communication involves clearly and unambiguously conveying messages to others, as well as accurately receiving the information being shared, with

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Editor's Choice

WCREALTORS Leaders Set the Pace for Real Estate in Central Texas

Earlier this month, I attended the Texas REALTORS® Winter Meeting, and I am still blown away by Williamson County’s accomplishments at both the board and member levels in 2023. Numerous leaders were recognized state-wide for setting the PACE for real estate in Central Texas. Our strategic plan can be broken down into a simple acronym:

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Williamson County Association of REALTORS
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