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Monday, May 15, 2017
Written By: TAR

How you can help empower taxpayers in Texas

The Texas House of Representatives could consider an important bill for Texas taxpayers as soon as this week. The latest version of the House’s Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 2 (CSSB 2), known as The Property Taxpayer Empowerment Act of 2017, would provide all Texans more honesty and transparency at the local level when tax rates are set. This version of the bill also empowers voters to participate in the property tax process. Please use this form to send your lawmakers a message urging them to support CSSB 2.

 

Why Texans are heading to D.C.

Hundreds of Texas REALTORS® will visit Washington, D.C. this week to attend the National Association of REALTORS® Legislative Meetings, May 15-20.

Texas REALTORS® will meet with the Texas Congressional delegation to discuss federal real estate-related issues, including tax reform, the National Flood Insurance Program, and the protection of sustainable homeownership.

Visits nar.realtor/midyear for a full schedule and nar.realtor/hillvisitmaterials for helpful resources.

 

Want to serve at the state level?

We are looking for some good volunteers! If you are interested in serving on a TAR Committee for 2018, you must apply be June 30, 2017.

Visit texasrealestate.com/committees to volunteer and see committee descriptions.

 

Where to get more insider news

For more updates on real estate-related activity at the Texas Capitol, sign up to receive the Legislative Liaison. This weekly e-newsletter examines public policy, politics, and regulatory changes from the Texas REALTOR® perspective.

Subscribe now at texasrealestate.com/liaison.



About the Author:
The Texas Association of REALTORS® was established in 1920, and at 90,000 members strong is the largest professional membership association in Texas. With over 60 employees, and 89 local associations of REALTORS®, TAR is here to be the voice o real estate in Texas. The mission of the Texas Association of REALTORS is to promote and protect private-property ownership and rights, advocate for Texas REALTORS® and property owners and to keep homeownership affordable. While licensed real estate agents and brokers in Texas must follow state laws. Agents and brokers who join the Texas Association of REALTORS® also pledge to follow a higher set of standards—the REALTOR® Code of Ethics.

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