Expired2018 TREC 1-4 Family Residential Contract Updates & How It Effects You, The RE Investor

 
2018 TREC 1-4 Family Residential Contract (Resale) Updates
&
How It Effects You, The RE Investor

Presented by 

Scott McKnight, Attorney/Owner McKnight Title

Next Level Realty Group Training Room

717 E Border St. Arlington, Texas 76010

Thursday, May 10, 2018 || 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

(Doors Open @ 6:30 pm)

 

If you're writing Sales Contracts or plan to write a sales contract  you will want to be here…Things Have Changed And They Effective You.

The most powerful tool you have in your “real estate toolkit” is undoubtedly the Sales Contractwhether you're wholesaling, fix and flipping or buy and holding.

It’s the glue that creates and holds a deal together or the instrument that can turn what you thought was a “great deal” into the worst deal of your life.

Given the magnitude of your sales transaction, it is important that you fully understand how to use the sales contact and its addenda.

The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) revised and approved changes to the One to Four Family Residential Contract (Resale) on February 18, 2018. 

If your a Real Estate Sales Agent, beginning May 15, 2018 it is mandatory that you use the new version. 

As an Investor you will want to use the new version due to the changes that effect you.

Attending this presentation could be worth thousands of dollars to you, but we have partnered with Scott McKnight to bring it to you free of charge.

Hope you will join us Thursday, May 10, 2018 for a TREC 1-4 Family Residential Contract review.

Meeting Agenda

6:30 pm – 7: 00 pm
DOORS OPEN /NETWORKING– Meet fellow real estate entrepreneurs and share knowledge, resources, and expertise in the important business of wealth building through real estate investing.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
GUEST SPEAKER(S) Topic Discussion and Q&A

8:00 pm – 8:30: Open Networking

See You There!

The Dallas-REIG Home Team

About Our Speaker…

Scott McKnight has been a Fort Worth resident since 1994 and is a Fort Worth Attorney, and the owner of McKnight Title. After having a Top-5 Fidelity National Title Fee-Attorney office for 6 years, Scott opened McKnight Title in May of 2012. Scott is a licensed Escrow Officer and his expertise includes title insurance laws and regulations; in-house title search and examination. Scott’s law practice is in the areas of Texas real estate, including comprehensive representation of buyers, sellers, and investors of both residential and commercial transactions. This includes contracts, landlord – tenant, real estate closings, evictions and foreclosures, asset protection and oil & gas and pipeline lease.