Education & Events
2018 All Star Builders Fair

April 12, 2018 | 10:00am-3:00pm

Save the date! WCREALTORS biggest event is coming back for our 8th Annual Builders Fair! Formally known as the Super Bowl of Builders, this is a great networking event focused on providing you with updated information on current offerings from builders and other real estate professionals. Advertising opportunities are now being booked! 

Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) Designation

March 21st & 22nd | 8:30am - 5:30pm

Regardless of how long a real estate agent has been in the business, seller agency has been available and more importantly, it remains the primary focus for agents across the country. However, since the advent of buyer agency and the emphasis on training how to be an effective buyer representative, it has become apparent we can no longer assume seller agents have the same level of effectiveness. 

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Industry News & Updates
Central Texas Field Rep Weekly Update

Thank you, Texas REALTORS®. Your dedication to electing pro-real estate candidates showed in the March 6 primary elections: 80% of REALTOR®-supported candidates—from both political parties—won their contested primaries.

Several primary races will be determined in runoff elections on May 22, with early voting May 14-18. Sign up for TAR’s Legislative Liaison newsletter to ensure you receive the latest election updates.

Here’s a rundown of primary election highlights:

Primary Election Update

Here are some quick voter stats about the March Primary: 316,004 registered voters in Williamson County, 63,388 ballots cast, 20.06% voter turnout

Congratulations to the following candidates on their primary win. Please note: the list is comprised of ONLY the offices interviewed by the WCREALTORS Interviewing Task Force. For a complete list of winners including federal and state races, please click here.

Could Proposed Trade Tariffs Harm the Housing Industry?

“International trade requires reciprocal understanding of mutual interests. Trade has to be fair and intellectual property rights have to be respected on both sides. Still, the proposed tariffs could measurably raise the cost of building materials and hinder home construction of affordable homes. But more importantly, tariffs and restrictions to international trade will hold back economic growth and job creations. A better way to raise GDP growth is to produce more homes. Job growth and additional housing inventory will greatly help American workers and American consumers.”

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