- An out-of-state licensee may split a commission from Texas licensee so long as out-of-state licensee does not conduct any of the activities related to the transaction in Texas.
- Texas considers out-of-state licensee as acting within Texas if;
a) the out-of-state licensee is conducting brokerage business from another state by mail, telephone, the internet, e-mail, or other medium;
b) if all the prospective buyers, seller, landlords, or tenants are legal residents of the State of Texas and the property concerned is located wholly or in part within the State.
- No bar exists to filing a commission lawsuit in Texas.
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