“Invest SA” will educate REALTORS® and community stakeholder groups on ways Qualified Opportunity Zone investments can be used to… Read more
At its Nov. 11 meeting, NAR’s Board of Directors approved a change to NAR’s Code of Ethics training requirement. Read more
Beginning in 2020, all primary members of SABOR will receive an estimated $71* savings in their total cost of membership to our local association! Read more
Welcome to the application for the 2020 Board of Directors Mentorship Program! This program is meant to allow our more experienced Directors to mentor our newer Directors in an effort to acclimate and provide background information to our newest members. Participants in this mentorship program will be expected to be in contact with their mentor/mentee monthly be it in person, by phone, email, or text to discuss some pre-arranged topics or just catch up.
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SABOR is proud to announce that SABOR member Sara Briseño Gerrish is one of only six REALTORS® across the state named among the “REALTORS® to Watch” by the Texas REALTORS® Young Professionals Network (YPN) at the Texas REALTORS® Conference in Ft. Worth on Sep. 12. Read more
The 2020 Executive Committee for the San Antonio Board of REALTORS® has been announced! Read more
Nearly a year ago, San Antonio became the second city in Texas to pass a new law mandating employers provide paid sick leave to employees. The ordinance was originally scheduled for implementation on August 1st, however, has now been delayed until December 1 as the City is facing a lawsuit from the State Attorney General’s Office and a coalition of local business groups; challenging the ordinance’s constitutionality.
Over the past few months here in San Antonio, the greater San Antonio Community has taken up the debate over climate change and global warming on the local stage. Read more