Dallas & Fort Worth, Texas Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: April, 2018

Texas Real Estate Licenses

In order to obtain your Texas real estate license, you must complete 180 hours of approved Texas real estate education, obtain a sponsoring broker, you must be 18 years of age, submit required fees and forms to Texas Real Estate Commission, submit fingerprints, and pass the Texas state exam.

How to Become a Realtor in Texas

A career in real estate in Texas is a profession that is not only demanding but also has its perks and rewards. You have to dedicate yourself to develop and grow as a Realtor. Though it may be tasking, becoming a Realtor in Texas is not difficult. Here are some pointers on what you need to do to become a realtor in Texas. General Requirements Below are eight important points you need to know if…

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When discussing real estate in Dallas, our focus in this article will be Dallas plus all other suburbs in the surrounding area. This includes Allen, Plano, Frisco, Southlake, Colleyville, Highland Park, Coppell, and others. There are several factors that make certain suburbs more desirable. The cost of homes, availability of public schools, school district ratings, the neighborhood's lifestyle, recreational facilities, security and commute times to work or the airport is important. Big city living may not suit everybody – but urban areas certainly have their perks.

Highland Park

Highland Park is a beautiful landlocked enclave within Dallas. Adjacent to University Park, the two neighborhoods are referred to as the Park Cities. They both constitute a…

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