MetroTex Associaiton of Relators

MetroTex Alerts Realtors to NTREIS Phishing Scam

By Candy's Dirt / October 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

After agents began getting emails alerting them that someone had attempted to log in to their North Texas Real Estate Information System (or NTREIS) accounts, the MetroTex Association of Realtors warned its members. The message some received said, “We were notified of a log in attempt on your account from El Paso, TX. This may […]

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Agent Migration: Bell Returns; Bills Finds Fit

By Joshua Baethge / March 29, 2018 / 0 Comments

  In this week’s Agent Migration column, we check in with Sabrina Bell, who recently returned to Allie Beth Allman, and Kelly Bills who joined Century 21 Nathan Grace Fine Homes and Estates. Bell Comes Home Again Sabrina Bell has returned to Allie Beth Allman and Associates. This time she says it’s for good. “I […]

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Staging to Sell: What Every Agent Should Know

By Karen Eubank / April 1, 2016 / 0 Comments

What is the going rate for a staging consultation? What does it cost to stage a vacant property? What updates will bring a seller the best return on investment? Should a Realtor stage their own properties? Realtors, investors, and builders can learn a lot from the Staging to Sell: What Every Agent Should Know class […]

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Realtors and MLS Systems Are Still Valuable Despite Calls For Their Demise

By Joanna England / March 18, 2015 / 2 Comments

  Inman contributor Creed Smith wrote a column published on the real estate news site suggesting that the system real estate agents use to access listing information, the Multiple Listing Service, was on the way out. It ignited a heated debate among Inman staffers and commenters, earning a reply from Inman managing editor Matt Carter.  […]

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