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Texas Real Estate Commission Documents


Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) Documents

The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) has published commonly used residential real estate documents.  These documents and contracts are fairly neutral, not overly favoring either the seller or the buyer, and they are generally commercially reasonable.
 
However, any contract may be "tweaked" to favor one side or another, and TREC documents are no different.  Licensed real estate agents are not authorized to modify the substantive content of TREC documents, but attorneys are authorized to modify the substantive content of TREC documents.  If you donít understand a contract or a document you have been requested to sign, donít sign it!  You may always engage the services of a Texas attorney to explain the document, and to modify it if necessary.  Not all sale and purchase transactions are identical, and today, creativity may help to sell a home.  A real estate lawyer will be able to assist you in those unique transactions.

I regularly assist clients in reviewing, interpreting, modifying, and negotiating TREC contracts and documents.
 
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