The Texas Real Commission is accepting applications for appointment for two public member positions of the Texas Real Estate Inspector Committee.
The Texas Real Estate Inspector Committee is an advisory committee whose purpose is to make recommendations regarding inspection-related matters to the Commission to ensure a high degree of service to and protection of the public. The committee consists of six professional inspectors and three public members. Inspector members serve staggered six-year terms and must hold a professional real estate inspector license. Public members serve staggered two-year terms and cannot hold an active occupational license, registration, or certification in the real estate field. Additional considerations include geographic location and prior committee service.
The committee is permitted to meet by teleconference, although it is anticipated that some travel to Austin will be necessary. Limited funds may be available for travel reimbursement. All committee meetings must comply with the Open Meetings Act.