News in the WC
It's time time of the year again! Pull out that nine iron, lace up your golf shoes and get your team together for the WC's Biggest and Greatest Event! We will be back at Cimarron Hills Golf Course in Georgetown! Teams that register prior to April 15th can secure their spot for only $125 per player, after that date, the price per player goes to $150! Player Registration Form | Advertising Opportunities
The Bryan-College Station Area Association of REALTORS®, the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® and the Texas Association of REALTORS® invite you to the 2014 Region 8 Meeting. Please join the Texas Association of REALTORS® leadership, your regional vice president, and your fellow Texas REALTORS® for this informative, one-day meeting. More Information | Registration Form
This webinar will provide real estate licensees useful information regarding real estate professional errors and omission insurance coverage and risk management tools to help reduce risk and lower errors and omission insurance costs.click here to read more
A task force of Texas REALTORS® who work in commercial real estate and TAR attorneys recently created six new commercial forms and revised 13. The new forms and revisions are based on member-provided comments. The forms take effect today and are available in zipForm and in the Forms section of TexasRealEstate.com.click here to read more
Please be aware that Microsoft will end mainstream support for Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) as of April 8, 2014.
As per CoreLogic Support Policy, version 5.11click here to read more
News You Can Use
Following months of research, studies and input, the Hutto ISD board of trustees voted March 6 to return fifth-graders to elementary schools.
Fifth-grade students were shifted to the district’s two middle schools in 2011 after the board voted to close Veterans’ Hill Elementary School that year because of state funding cuts.
However, a Jan. 16 board decision to reopen VHES for the 2014–15 school year provided the district with additional space for students and prompted the board to look at bringing the grade back to elementary schools.click here to read more
For the fifth straight year a national survey has ranked Williamson County among the healthiest among all 232 Texas counties. The County Health Rankings ranked Williamson County second-place in 2014, close to Williamson’s first-place ranking in 2013.click here to read more