The Greater Fort Worth Association of Realtors® have agreed to join the National Association of Realtors® amicus brief in defense of the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Association Health Plan rule. Amicus briefs are legal documents filed in appellate court cases by non-litigants that have a strong interest in the subject matter in question. Earlier this year, a federal court ruled that provisions of the DOL’s rule were unlawful, a ruling adversely impacting Realtors® seeking more cost effective and comprehensive health insurance solutions through AHP options.
Data from the Texas Homebuyers and Sellers Report is derived from the Profile of Homebuyers and Sellers Texas Report by the National Association of REALTORS®, which analyzes survey data from Texans who bought or sold a home between July and June. Click here to download the report and to view pervious reports.
Come learn the tried and true fundamentals to building and maintaining a career in real estate from successful REALTORS that have insight to share. The series is a four sessions of quantifiable information with a provided lunch plus Q&A to follow with each session’s speakers.
Give your fledgling REALTOR career some advancing knowledge momentum or your established REALTOR career a review for a boost of vitality. All year(s) of licensure are welcome!
If you weren’t able to watch live as Texas Association of REALTORS® COO Mike Barnett gave a walkthrough of the new MarketViewer data tool, the video is now available in an edited version. Watch the full tutorial or jump to explanations of specific features and questions. The video explains the background of the Data Relevance project and the MarketViewer tool, why reports may differ from what’s available through your local MLS, and how to use the infographic generator and access market reports in addition to answers questions from members like you.
GFWAR now offers an Automatic Payment Option. You will now be able to set up your credit or debit card to automatically be charged for MLS dues, assocation dues, TREPAC investments, and/or miscellaneous charges such as REALTOR store purchases, advertising, and events tickets.