Art Moreno, Jr.
As a Broker, REALTOR®, Accredited Buyer's Representative, a former real estate instructor, and native El Pasoan, I am passionate about my community and profession. For over 19 years, I have been helping buyers and sellers accomplish their real estate goals.
By hiring me, you will be represented by the owner of the company.
A Texas real estate broker is a professional who has completed the necessary education, training, and licensing requirements to legally represent buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of real estate in Texas. To become a licensed real estate broker in Texas, an individual must first complete a certain number of hours of real estate education, pass a written exam, and meet other requirements set forth by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), the state agency that regulates the real estate industry.
Real estate brokers facilitate their clients' real estate transaction process. They work with buyers and sellers to negotiate the terms of a sale and may also assist with preparing contracts and other legal documents. In addition, real estate brokers may advise and guide their clients throughout the buying or selling process. They may also help with marketing and advertising efforts to promote the sale of a property.
In Texas, real estate brokers must hold a valid license to practice as real estate professionals legally. This includes completing continuing education requirements and adhering to the TREC's rules and regulations. Brokers may also sponsor real estate practitioners who hold a salesperson license.
A REALTOR® is a real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), a professional trade organization. REALTORS® are licensed to help individuals buy, sell, and rent properties. They are trained in real estate law and ethics and must adhere to a strict code of conduct. REALTORS® typically work for real estate brokerages and may be self-employed. They assist clients in finding suitable properties, negotiating prices, and handling the paperwork and other legal aspects of real estate transactions. REALTORS® may specialize in residential, commercial, or industrial real estate, or may work in all three areas.
By hiring me, you will be represented by someone who adheres to NAR's Code of Ethics.
An Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR®) is a real estate professional who has completed specialized education in representing the interests of home buyers. The ABR® designation is granted by the Real Estate Buyer's Agent Council (REBAC) of the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
To earn the ABR® designation, real estate professionals must complete a specific course of study and meet other requirements, such as having a certain number of transactions as a buyer's representative. The ABR® designation signifies that the holder has a high level of knowledge and experience in representing the interests of home buyers and is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards in their practice.
The ABR® designation is recognized as a mark of professionalism in the real estate industry and can be an important resource for home buyers seeking an experienced and knowledgeable representative to assist them in the home-buying process.
By hiring me, you will be represented by someone who believes in competency.
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