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Texas Realtors - Save on electricity – help your clients save, too

Energy Plus, now offers an electricity member benefit program for Texas Association of REALTORS® members (businesses, residences, staff, as well as your clients and customers). The Energy Plus program is risk-free: no switching fees, no fixed term, and no penalty for leaving. Plus you'll get a highly competitive variable rate. When you partner with Energy Plus as your electric supplier, you'll earn cash back for your everyday electricity use while still receiving the same reliable service from your local utility company. (Not available in Austin or San Antonio.)

Bonus time!

  • Earn cash back – 3% every year on the supply portion of the electricity bill for your home
  • Save with a low variable rate. When the cost of electricity goes down, so does your monthly bill
  • No fees for switching or early termination and no monthly service charge
  • Receive a $25 activation bonus for each account you sign up at your home



TAR’s Members Benefit team has work hard for you and this is a great program to help Texas Realtors save money.

Check it out. I switched.  Why don’t you? Get Started Now. Click Here to check it out


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Whether you're interested in buying your first home, your next home, or just want to know more about home-ownership in general, I encourage you to check out a couple of great online resources: http://www.texasrealestate.com/ or http://www.har.com/. And for all of your Pearland, TX and Northern Brazoria and Galveston County real estate needs, please visit my site at: http://www.danfrankrealty.com. All of these sites offer tons of useful, real estate-related information geared specifically for Texans.


Remember, Danny Frank is a local Pearland, TX Real Estate expert! You can see my entire blog
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Comment balloon 0 commentsDanny Frank • March 01 2011 10:56AM

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