Education & Events
Williamson County Food Drive

July 9 - July 20th

The Community Service Committee of WCREALTORS has partnered with the local food pantries across Williamson County to help make a difference in The WC! Use this opportunity to help Williamson County while growing your business; collect food in your target area! collection bags are available for pick up at the Association! 

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Understanding the Essentials of Septic Systems

July 18th | 9am

There is more to a septic system than just a storage collector! Learn from the expert, Chet Tutor on the different types of septic systems, and how each one works! As always with real estate, the course will cover the laws and regulations regarding septic systems as well as touch on potentials problems and pitfalls so you can better educate your clients! 


ShowingTime Trainings

Wed. July 18th, 2018 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm

Starting August 1st, ShowingTime for the MLS will be available 24/7 to all members courtesy of Central Texas MLS! Discover how you can use the showing appointment tool to save time, generate more showings and help you sell your listings more efficiently.

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Industry News & Updates
WCREALTORS Urges the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to Reconsider Solid Waste Tran

On June 21 the Hutto City Council passed a resolution opposing the Lealco Solid Waste Transfer Station and asked community leaders and the public to voice their concerns to the TCEQ.

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Labor Rule Allows for AHPs (Association Health Plan)

UPDATED WITH NEW INFO - The U.S Department of Labor (DOL) has finalized its long-awaited Association Health Plan (AHP) rule to expand the definition of “employer” to include “working owners.” This change allows real estate professionals and other self-employed individuals to participate in association health plans. A key provision, forwarded for inclusion in the rule by NAR, will allow many REALTORS® who have access to coverage through a spouse to be eligible to choose an AHP option.

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Affordability an Issue Going Forward?

Central Texas and especially Williamson County is an ever-growing and popular place to live yet may low income home buyers are having a harder time find a suitable place to call home.

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