The Texas Real Estate Commission is stepping out of its Austin headquarters to pay Houston a visit. On May 16, the Commission will meet at 9 a.m. inside the Century Ballroom II of the DoubleTree by Hilton-Houston Greenway Plaza.
- The Commission will consider:
- a new rule which requires a broker or sales agent to respond timely.
- a rule change that would automatically place license holders on inactive
status upon renewal after 6 months of expiration.
- an increase in the number of times a broker must ensure a sponsored
agents' assistance and coaching with new types of brokerage activity.
- Contested disciplinary cases.
- A welcome to three new Commissioners, honoring
three outgoing Commissioners for their service.
The full agenda and materials will be posted online, as well as a livestreaming link for those who cannot attend the meeting in person.
After the meeting
After the rules discussed are formally proposed by the Commission and published in the Texas Register, a public comment period will open, and you will be able to submit feedback to TREC via the online public comment tool.
TREC works to protect Texans through the agency’s licensing, education, and complaint investigation services, as well as regulates and enforces state requirements that govern each of these areas.
There are a total of nine Commissioners who are appointed by the Texas governor to the agency. More information on each of their roles can be found here.