WCREALTORS Urges the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to Reconsider Solid Waste Tran
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Written By: Megan Moore

On June 21 the Hutto City Council passed a resolution opposing the Lealco Solid Waste Transfer Station and asked community leaders and the public to voice their concerns to the TCEQ.

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Labor Rule Allows for AHPs (Association Health Plan)
Monday, July 09, 2018
Written By: Megan Moore

UPDATED WITH NEW INFO - The U.S Department of Labor (DOL) has finalized its long-awaited Association Health Plan (AHP) rule to expand the definition of “employer” to include “working owners.” This change allows real estate professionals and other self-employed individuals to participate in association health plans. A key provision, forwarded for inclusion in the rule by NAR, will allow many REALTORS® who have access to coverage through a spouse to be eligible to choose an AHP option.

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Affordability an Issue Going Forward?
Monday, July 02, 2018
Written By: Victoria Reviel

Central Texas and especially Williamson County is an ever-growing and popular place to live yet may low income home buyers are having a harder time find a suitable place to call home.

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WCREALTORS Tour the East Side of Williamson County
Thursday, June 28, 2018
Written By: Megan Moore

Last week the Williamson County Association of Realtors® hosted their East Side Bus Tour. WCREALTORS chartered two buses with over 80 Realtors and toured developments in Georgetown, Hutto, Round Rock and Taylor. Tour stops included: Greenlawn Village, Old Mill Crossing, Vizcaya, Camp Bow Wow, Siena, Carmel Creek and Pioneer Pointe.

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I Don’t! What to Do When Clients Divorce
Tuesday, June 05, 2018
Written By: Victoria Reviel

According to government statistics, 1,200,000 couples get divorced each year and a whopping 61 percent of all divorcees end up having to list their home for sale.  This is an emotional and difficult time to need to sell a home.  Keep calm, stay professional and negotiate with both spouses so you can help them to get the home sold and each of them can go their separate ways and start anew.

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Census Update: Texas has Seven of the Fastest Growing Cities in 2016-2017
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Written By: Megan Moore

Two of Texas’ fastest growing cities (over 50,000 population) are located in our beloved Williamson County. According to Census data that was released on May 24, Georgetown ranks as the sixth-fastest growing city and Cedar Park ranks 13th.

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Cedar Park Hosts “Code Friendly” Lunch & Learn
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Written By: Megan Moore

WCREALTORS was thrilled to welcome the City of Cedar Park and their Building Inspection department to our campus for a Lunch & Learn earlier this week. K.C. Crow, Building Official; Amy Link, Assistant Director Development Services; Sandie Fauss, Neighborhood Services Coordinator; and Lisa Mann, Office Manager facilitated the hour-long discussion about building code requirements in Cedar Park.

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Texas REALTORS Announces Newest Benefit
Wednesday, May 09, 2018
Written By: Leslie VanBurkleo

This month the Texas Association of REALTORS rolled out a new member benefit, MarketViewer, which allows REALTORS to create custom market reports and infographics that illustrate the health of the housing market across the state of Texas. The Texas Association of REALTORS has partnered with MLSs throughout the state to provide an aggregation of MLS data in the easy to use interface.

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REALTORS Help Make College More Affordable
Tuesday, May 08, 2018
Written By: WCREALTORS

Round Rock, Texas – 8 May 2018 – The Williamson County Association of REALTORS® Scholarship Foundation is excited to announce that they have awarded six $1,000 scholarships to Williamson County high school seniors. The Scholarship Foundation met in mid-April where they reviewed and scored nearly 100 applications from across the county and awarded scholarships to students who excelled in academics and community involvement and demonstrated a financial need.

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Going Small, Tiny or Micro!
Monday, May 07, 2018
Written By: Victoria Reviel

Tiny is the new buzzword in any discussion about affordable housing. We all are happy that home values in Central Texas are on the rise, but along with that comes other issues; increased property taxes, lack of affordable re-sale homes and the cost of new home construction has also risen substantially in the last several months, making it more difficult for those first-time home buyers.

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