From the Start Menu page, click on the dropdown menu under the "Change your license information and manage relationships" category.
Click "Change/Verify Contact Information" and click "Select".
Read the information on the "Change/Verify Contact Information" introduction page and click “Next”.
Update contact information and “Place of Business” (business physical) address on the Contact Information page and click "Next".
Verify contact information on the Application Summary page and click “Submit”.
On the Statement of Applicant page, select "Yes" to certify the address information is accurate and correct, and click "Next" to process the request.
What happens if a license holder is convicted of a crime?
If a license holder is convicted of a felony or a criminal offense involving fraud it is a violation of section 1101.652(a)(1) of the License Act.This section gives the Commission authority to suspend or revoke a license holder that has entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere or has been convicted of a felony or any criminal offense that involves fraud (including misdemeanors).The Commission does not have the authority to revoke or suspend a license holder that has been only charged or accused of committing a felony or criminal offense that involves fraud.A license holder is required to notify the Commission not later than the 30th day after the final conviction or the entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere. Failing to timely notify may result in more severe or further disciplinary action.All license holders’ criminal backgrounds are rechecked upon renewal, however, this does not excuse a license holder from notifying the Commission not later than the 30th day after the final conviction.
Call and talk with a customer service representative:
512-936-3000 (TREC) or 512-936-3001 (TALCB)
Contact Center Hours:
Monday through Friday, 7 AM to 6 PM
Financial Division and Purchasing: 512-936-3551
Executive Division: 512-936-3788
Public Information Requests: 512-936-3798
Texas Real Estate Commission
PO Box 12188
Austin, TX 78711-2188
Texas Real Estate Commission
Stephen F Austin Building
1700 N. Congress Ave., Suite 400
Austin, TX 78701
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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If you feel the broker knew about the problem with the house and didn't tell you about it, you can file a written complaint with TREC. A license holder who makes a knowing misrepresentation or fails to disclose a latent defect can be disciplined by the Commission. [TRELA §1101.652(b)(3)] Should you want to take legal action against the seller and/or the broker for damages, you will need to consult with a private attorney
Probably not. TREC licensed inspectors are required to follow Standards of Practice when inspecting property. These may be found on our website about Rules Governing Inspectors. The Standards of Practice do not require an inspector to dig up gas lines in order to determine their condition. They are only required to conduct a visual inspection of the property, and buried gas lines are not required to be inspected.
The listing agent represents the seller and has a duty to present all offers in a timely manner to the seller. There is no prohibition against a license holder presenting more than one offer at a time to a seller. A seller may receive, review and negotiate several offers simultaneously.
Yes. You have to provide the appropriate cancellation notice to the developer before the sixth day after you signed the contract. Consult the contract or the timeshare disclosure statement you received for instructions on how to proceed.