Month: April 2018

TREC has been made aware of a scam requesting information from license holders. The request is sent by email by someone posing as the Texas Real Estate Commission and asks that information be provided to them and provides a link to follow (see example emails). Please disregard emails asking you to provide information to TREC, especially anythingContinue Reading

Download Austin-Area Infographic AUSTIN, TX–The Austin housing market continues to show increased demand, with double-digit percent increases in sales in March 2018 according to the Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR). The Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) experienced a 10.5 percent increase in sales compared to the same time last year, theContinue Reading

By Katie Agness Specializing in residential home loans, Supreme Lending is a full-service mortgage banking company that provides a variety of options for homeowners including traditional, government and specialty loans. For Supreme Lending, its philosophy of “building customers for life” resonates in all aspects of the business. “We always striveContinue Reading

By Victoria Reviel • 2018 President Professionalism comes in many different forms. By definition, professionalism marks the difference between an amateur and a pro (pro being short for professional). Anyone can call themselves a professional, but what does it really take to be able to call yourself a professional? OwnContinue Reading

By Mary Lynne Gibbs • 2018 Director Are you like me looking at updating your business cards and signs to comply with the new TREC advertising rules? These rules will be effective starting on May 15, 2018.  Don’t forget to include checking your e-mail and business website. “Remember if orContinue Reading