The City of San Antonio has more than a dozen vacant seats on its public boards and commissions and city officials are encouraging residents to apply. This is a great opportunity to get more SABOR member representation in these groups. Read more
On Thursday, October 8, the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Treasury Department announced the release of a new, further simplified forgiveness application for PPP borrowers with loans of $50,000 or less.
Congratulations to these SABOR members who were selected for 2021 Committees with Texas REALTORS®! Read more
The Supreme Court of Texas issued a 25th emergency order relating to evictions, effective September 17 and expiring December 15. Read more
The City of San Antonio has launched the Renters Commission community-wide survey asking citizens to provide their input based on experiences and feedback related to renter’s issues. Read more
The City of San Antonio has launched a Renters Commission survey to ask citizens to provide their input based on experiences and feedback related to renters’ issues. The City will be using this feedback to help determine the direction and scope of the proposed Renters’ Commission. Click here to take the 5-minute survey. The survey will close on October 15, 2020. Read more
On Sept. 1, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced a temporary eviction moratorium to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. Under the order, landlords and property owners are prohibited from evicting certain tenants impacted by COVID-19, or face high monetary fines. Read more
“You Deserve to Know” Property Tax Education Campaign Launches
Texas REALTORS® has launched the “You Deserve to Know” statewide initiative to educate property owners on how their property taxes are set and the new laws that improve property tax transparency for Texans.
REALTORS® engaged in 10 total primary runoff and special election races on the July 14, 2020 ballot for seats in Congress and the Texas Legislature. Read more
In support of ongoing negotiations for pandemic relief packages, NAR recently sent a letter to Congressional leaders outlining key issues for REALTORS®, consumers, and the real estate industry. NAR urged a continued focus on the housing security needs of Americans, increased consumer access to credit, and financial flexibility for businesses and independent contractors. Read more