HAR.com Overview (Webinar)

Sign up to learn about HAR’s new website. Students will how consumers can search statewide for properties from all over Texas or by specific regions. We will show you how consumers can refine their search to find exactly what they are looking for. Learn to use enhanced search options to refine your search even further. Our map search allows consumers to search by drawing a specific geographic area, while our drive time search finds results based on the consumers desired commute time. We will also show you new benefits in your HAR account including community reviews, ratings, leads and lead sources from tools like Agent Spot and throughout the site. Not only has HAR expanded to include statewide residential property information, the site now includes apartment information. We will show you how this generates leads and benefits you. 

Date: Multiple Dates Ongoing in June 2015
Location: Online
Investment: Free

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  • My investor clients bought several single family homes for rental income. All homes have been leased to new tenants for at least one year.

    My clients wife handles the property management, collects the rent and repair requests. ARE THE HOMEOWNER LANDLORDS REQUIRED TO SET UP “INDIVIDUAL” BANK ACCOUNTS FOR EACH TENANT? I thought this was a requirement so no co-mingling exists

    Your reply is very much appreciated

    Irene Cargill, Realtor, ABR,
    Prime Realty Group
    Houston, TX 77015

    • Money must be held in an escrow account (separate from other money), and all escrow money can be held in the same account. However I find it easier to balance by having individual escrows per client or house.

      • Here is another answer from a property manager and instructor: I agree that all the money can be held in one escrow account if there is a trust account and the landlord has a license or is doing third party management, but is this just a landlord managing his own investment properties? If so, then no co-mingling, because no agency. Owner can do what he wants, however I would recommend that they track the deposits separately (which most won’t). Also if the properties have been set up in a LLC or some other entity, then they would need separate accounts from personal funds.


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