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Governor Announces Real Estate is Essential 

Today, Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order setting a statewide standard for essential services that may continue to be provided, including residential and commercial real estate. Read Gov. Abbott’s order that utilizes the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s guidelines for identifying essential services, which includes real estate highlighted on Page 13. Here are some key points: 

·         Supersedes existing local orders only where those local orders may have previously restricted essential services or where they were more permissive on gatherings

·         Even for essential services, telework or online work should be used as much as possible, limiting in-person contact (following CDC guidelines) unless absolutely necessary

This is a positive step for Texas REALTORS®, as real estate professionals statewide may continue to serve clients while demonstrating care for the health and well-being of the greater public welfare. 

 
 
 

COVID-19 Guidelines for Texas Real Estate Brokers

Texas REALTORS® has published guidelines and a new form, Model COVID-19 Certification for Property Access, to help brokerages navigate through the rapidly evolving circumstances associated with COVID-19. When determining how to address new issues, the association encourages brokers to identify solutions that will best serve clients while also demonstrating care for the health and well-being of clients, agents, and the greater public welfare in reducing risk of exposure and spread of COVID-19. Access the resources

 
 
 

New Lease Payment Plan Agreement

Texas REALTORS has created the COVID-19 Lease Payment Plan Agreement (TXR 2227). This form is intended to be used with tenants who are facing financial difficulties directly linked to COVID-19. This form enables the tenant and landlord temporary flexibility for paying rent and other sums. Download the form

 
 
 

Property Management: Fliers for Tenants and Landlords About COVID-19 Issues

To help your tenants and landlords understand how COVID-19 affects their leases and rental properties, Texas REALTORS has developed two fliers: one to share with your tenants and one to share with your landlords.

·         Download the flier to share with tenants

·         Download the flier to share with landlords

 
 
 

New Commercial COVID-19 Form

As part of its continued efforts to assist members during the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas REALTORS®️ has created the Commercial COVID-19 Addendum (TXR-1952). The Commercial COVID-19 Addendum provides for a 30-day extension of the closing date in a commercial sales contract if the closing cannot occur due to a voluntary or mandatory COVID19 quarantine or closure. NAR has also published resources for commercial members. Download the form

 
 
 

Texas Businesses Must File Property Tax Renditions by April 15

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds business owners that for many property types, April 15 is the deadline to file property tax renditions with their county appraisal districts. Different deadlines apply for certain regulated property. Business owners affected by the COVID-19 pandemic may request, in writing to the chief appraiser, an extension of the deadline to May 15. Read more

 
 
 

For the latest on how COVID-19 is impacting the real estate industry in Texas, visit texasrealestate.com/coronavirus.

 
 
 Community is an essential part of family, of lifestyle, and of real estate.

Understanding local conditions in Tyler is important when it comes to buying and selling real estate, but the neighborhood you choose can have a dramatic impact on all other aspects of your life as well.

Please browse through this complimentary information on Tyler communities. When it’s time to move, call us to get a representative on your side with has experience, Tyler market knowledge and the confidence to help you make the best transition decisions possible.

Tyler, Texas Whitehouse, TX Lindale, TX
 Tyler, Texas(Rose Capital Of America)
From humble beginnings 150 years ago on a piece of high ground that is now the town square, Tyler has grown to be the largest community in East Texas. Boasting an MSA population of over 190,000, Tyler offers the cultural diversity, quality education, health care, and recreational opportunities of a large city with the hometown friendliness and quality of life of a small community.

Tyler is more vibrant than ever! There is always something exciting to do or see. Whether it is taking in a show, enjoying an outdoor festival, attending a community class, or simply hanging out and enjoying Tyler’s unique culture. It is the people that make Tyler special. Tyler is a place to work, live and call home.

Tyler offers many reasons to come visit and many more to stay. The springtime finds Tyler covered in the vivid colors created by the azaleas, dogwoods, and spring flowers. The arrival of the flowers are celebrated by the annual Azalea and Spring Flower Trailsin March and April. After the azaleas peak, then the roses begin their annual visit to bear proof that Tyler is "The Rose Capital of America". The roses say goodbye in October with an encore performance during the Texas Rose Festival, the third weekend of October.

Tyler offers a wide variety of educational opportunities. The Tyler Independent School District (Tyler ISD) which serves the community is rated 4A. In addition to Tyler ISD, private and parochial school systems offer complete pre-school to 12th grade programs. Tyler is also home to Tyler Junior College, Texas College, and the University of Texas at Tyler. These institutions offer undergraduate as well as masters degree programs.

Year round Tyler offers an excellent weekend getaway with over 20 antique shops, Tyler Market Center every third weekend of the month, and First Monday Trade Days in Canton, only thirty minutes away.

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 Whitehouse, TX
Whitehouse, Texas, in Smith county, is located six miles south of Tyler in a beautiful piney woods area west of Lake Tyler in East Texas and 99 miles SE of Dallas, Texas. The city is included in the Tyler metropolitan area.

Whitehouse had a median family income of $54,393. There are about 4000 students being educated in our WISD district each day, ranging from early childhood to twelfth grade, on six campuses. We employ approximately 485 staff members, including about 240 certified teachers and were recently named by the Texas Education Agency as an academically acceptable district.

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 Lindale, TX
Lindale is a vibrant community in East Texas with a rich cultural heritage. Known in the past as the blackberry capital of the world, its present success lies in its high quality of life, while its future points to fast-paced business growth and development. Lindale’s honored past combines with its flourishing present to provide the momentum for a prosperous future.

The Lindale Independent School District takes pride in a tradition of excellence that continues to grow with each passing school year. In July, 2009, the Texas Education Agency rated LISD as a "Recognized" district. Four of the district's campuses (Lindale Primary School, Velma Penny Elementary School, E.J. Moss Intermediate School and Lindale High School) were rated "Exemplary," the highest rating for Texas schools. Lindale Junior High School was rated "Recognized."

Lindale High School is the only 3A, 4A or 5A high school in the TEA’s Region VII to receive an "Exemplary" nod. Region VII covers most of East Texas

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