Fact or Fiction: What Must a List of Recently Sold Homes Include?


FACT. Failure to accurately label and disclose which home sales an agent was actually involved in may create a misleading impression, which is illegal under Texas law.

Per TREC, an advertisement must clearly note which homes the agent was involved in the sale of or indicate the agent was not involved in any of the sales. An ad is misleading if the average person could reasonably infer agent involvement in a sale where there is none.

The NAR Code of Ethics goes a bit further and states that only REALTORS® who participated in the transaction may claim to have “sold” the property.

Keep in mind that brokers are responsible for ensuring that their sponsored agents’ advertising complies with TREC’s advertising rules.

HillCoGroup - Danielle Crain, REALTOR | Certified Mentor

HillCoGroup - Danielle Crain, REALTOR | Certified Mentor

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