In addition to Smith, many other Texas Realtors have been asked to serve in national roles with the Realtor organization, including 186 NAR appointments in areas such as political advocacy, finance, multiple listing services, federal taxation, global alliances, risk management, diversity, technology and more. Under the leadership of 2017 NAR President Bill Brown, the organization aims to pursue several key initiatives in the coming year, such as ensuring homeowners retain the ability to deduct mortgage interest and property taxes from residences and that support for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continues. Texas Realtors will take an active role in these conversations, and many others, continuing to support the dream of homeownership in the Lone Star State and beyond.
About the Texas Association of Realtors
With more than 110,000 members, the Texas Association of REALTORS® is a professional membership organization that represents all aspects of real estate in Texas. We advocate on behalf of Texas REALTORS® and private-property owners to keep homeownership affordable, protect private-property rights, and promote public policies that benefit homeowners. Visit TexasRealEstate.com to learn more.
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