Real Estate in Texas

Texas is a proud state that does what it can to protect its citizens, while still allowing commerce to occur. In Texas, a residential property disclosure is a required part of almost every real estate transaction in the state. The only instances where a disclosure form is not required is when a bank is foreclosing on a property, during the sale of a brand new home or when a property is being transferred to the trustee of an estate. In all other cases, the seller of a property is required to fill out the comprehensive state disclosure form to alert the potential buyer to any possible property issues.

One of the unique aspects of a Texas disclosure statement is that it is only required on one-family dwellings. Sellers of duplexes or condominiums in the state of Texas are not required to submit any sort of disclosure statement prior to the sale of their property. Sellers in the state of Texas are not required to alert a potential buyer to any felonies, such as murder, that have been committed on the property in question.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Texas

North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors
Address: North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors
600 N Pearl Street
Suite 1900
Dallas, TX 75201
Office Phone Number: (214) 638-5525
Toll-Free Number: (800) 258-5525
Web site: www.ntcar.org

Texas Association of Realtors
Address: Texas Association of Realtors
1115 San Jacinto Boulevard
Suite 200
Austin, TX 78701
Office Phone Number: (512) 480-8200
Web site: https://www.texasrealestate.com

Collin County Association of Realtors
Address: Collin County Association of Realtors
6821 Coit Road
Plano, TX 75024
Office Phone Number: (972) 618-3800
Web site: www.ccar.net

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