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Texas A&M - 13 days ago

TREC rule change shortens delegated supervisor time requirements

​​​​AUSTIN – The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) has shortened the time span that determines whether a broker must designate someone as a delegated supervisor.
A broker must now notify TREC within 30 days if someone has been or will be acting as a delegated supervisor for more than three consecutive months.
Previously, the requirement was for six months in a two-year license period. ​
TREC also clarified that anyone who leads, supervises, or directs a team in their brokerage for more than three consecutive months—or is anticipated to do so—must be designated as a delegated supervisor by the broker with TREC. A delegated supervisor is a sales agent or another broker who has been assigned in writing the responsibility of assisting the sponsoring broker in complying with The Real Estate License Act and TREC rules. Delegated supervisors are required to take the six-hour broker responsibility course at each license renewal.

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