On November 1, watch your email for a special announcement to receive 40% off site-wide at The CE Shop! This discount will apply to all courses and packages including pre-licensing, post-licensing and continuing education. Read more
This year’s event will be packed with insights from top economists, city experts and housing leaders. Read more
As a REALTOR® you have no doubt heard about tax reform plans from Washington, DC. Now Congress is threatening tax incentives for homeowners, like the mortgage interest deduction and the state and local property tax deduction. Read more
Purchase your ticket now to SABOR’s Awards and Installation ceremony on December 6, 2017 at the Witte Museum. Read more
At the Special Membership Meeting on October 5, the following changes to the Bylaws were approved: Read more
Applications are now open for Regional Vice President with the Texas Association of REALTORS®. Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on October 26, 2017. Read more
SABOR and Supra are having a Keybox Exchange on November 8-9, 2017 at the San Antonio Marriott NW located at 3233 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78213. Read more
This November, Texas voters will have the opportunity to vote on Proposition 2, an amendment to the Texas Constitution that would modernize the way Texas homeowners access home equity loans and home equity lines of credit. Read more
SABOR is hosting a Blood Drive on Halloween, October 31, to help give back to our local Texas community still hurting from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Read more
Question: Should you have a “no texting while driving” policy in your Policies and Procedures manual?
Answer: Yes. While it might seem redundant to place something in your Policies and Procedures manual that is already against the law, it is still a good idea. The policy could be that agents agree to abide by all traffic and safety laws. The reason to take this step is oftentimes liability may extend to a brokerage for the actions of an agent where the brokerage has not been proactive in advising agents of their expectations. Plaintiffs will seek to bring into litigation those who have insurance. By placing this type of language into your Policies and Procedures manual, you proactively work to minimize your risks.