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The Collin County Association of REALTORS® is the fifth largest real estate association in the State of Texas, serving more than 7,000 REALTOR® and Affiliate members. As a primary source of real estate information and influence, CCAR is affiliated with the Texas Association of REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®. Our team of specialists is dedicated to connecting you with the services, tools, and programs that enhance your career, while also working in the community to promote the importance of home ownership and private property rights.

Our Board has the experience and expertise that makes CCAR the primary source of real estate information and influence.

The Code of Ethics outlines duties that REALTORS® have to clients, the public, and other REALTORS®.

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Carl Raspante: Attempted Murderer Up For Parole
In 1997, Joan Malone was a real estate agent in the Dallas area.  Carl Raspante sought her assistance in viewing several residential properties for sale.  While visiting a property in Coppell TX, Raspante physically attacked Joan Malone, beating [...]
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The Salary Needed to Afford a Home in the USA
The Salary Needed to Afford a Home in the USA
Buying a home is one of life’s biggest commitments. Tight inventory and an industry currently in favor of the seller makes educated decision making a true necessity. To avoid getting into a debt-filled situation, please check out the [...]
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Property Taxes Are Out for Nearly all Texas Counties
By Julie C. Nichols, Member – CCAR’s REALTOR®/Lender Committee Texas Tax Code § 31.01 identifies that all counties shall prepare and mail property tax bills by October 1, or as soon thereafter as practical. Most, if not all, Texas Counties [...]
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