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TREC Appoints Steven Rinehart to the Inspector Committee

The Texas Real Estate Commission has approved three new Real Estate Inspector Committee members effective immediately.

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At its quarterly meeting on Monday, the Texas Real Estate Commission appointed three new members to its Inspector Committee. Professional Inspectors Steven Rinehart and Greg Eakin, with public member Nancy Carroll, were appointed to a six-year term. The Committee is an advisory body that makes recommendations to the Commission for effective regulation and oversight of real estate inspectors. Steven E. Rinehart is owner of Rinehart Real Estate Inspection Service in Harker Heights and a construction science technician with 11 years of experience in the building inspection field. Rinehart also has twenty six years as a military quality assurance inspector and test pilot. He is a current member of the Texas Association of Real Estate Inspectors, Texas Association of Home Builders and Southern Council of Professional Building Inspectors. Greg Eakin is owner of HomeTeam Inspection Service in Texarkana with 9 years of real estate inspection experience and teaches classes in inspection topics to real estate license holders. He holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from Texas A&M University, with an emphasis in economics and real estate. Eakin also volunteers with the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce and Special Olympics. Nancy Carroll is an attorney residing in the Dallas area in private practice since 1998. She has owned a title company since 2003 and conducted over 1,100 residential and commercial closings, preparing refinance and purchase packages for many national lenders. Carroll is a member of the TCU alumni association, Women’s Council of Realtors and was a member of the board for TWU School of Law.
Texas Real Estate Commission Chairman John Eckstrum expressed appreciation to outgoing inspector members Larry Foster of Austin, Ray Armendariz of El Paso and public member Linda Robicheaux of Houston for their years of dedicated service, and warmly welcomed the new members to the Committee. The Inspector Committee will next meet on February 25th in Austin. For meeting information and agenda please go to the agency website and click the “Inspector Information” tab.


Nice post

I think this is a good step of making Real Estate Inspector Committee as this is good for real estate development. Because committees are made up of few people who discuss about problems and conclude solution for all. You have good order coursework and I always like your posted work.


I regard your undertaking. I think this step will pave the ways for the development of real estate vocation. Because if a committee is formed with inefficient members, then it can never find any kind of resolution related to departmental complication. So, the inspector must be a competent one, and also all the real estate workers should have good problem solving and conflict management skill that is required for the business to thrive successfully. I think the chairperson of the person must outsource an executive consulting service for his business in order to remove all kinds of unethical behaviors from his hired colleagues. Thank you :)

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