So, yes, a properly licensed real estate agent/broker can practice anywhere in the state but it isn't always the right choice to make.
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I can sell any property in the Texas HOWEVER if property required me to post in MLS then I would have to join that board .
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All Realtors are licensed by the state of Texas and can sell in any city and or county of Texas.
All â€œRealtorsâ€ are Agents but not all Agents are â€œRealtorsâ€. The term Realtor is used when he or she is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORSÂ®,
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Randy Dodd, Realtor, ePro, GRI TAHS
2301 Barrow Abilene Texas
A broker also may or may not be a REALTOR. A broker's level license is just an indication of a higher level of education and experience in the business.
And now to your question. In Texas, an agent or broker (whether or not either license level is a REALTOR) is authorized to practice state-wide. Most, however, have a certain geographic area where they know the market well. I for instance, do not feel comfortable with my market knowledge in, say Houston, but Abilene, Anson, Hawley, Hamby, Tye, Merkel, Tuscola, Buffalo Gap, Clyde and Baird are right up my alley. IF someone asked me for assistance outside of my CHOSEN area, I would refer them to an agent with expertise in the area they are interested in.