National Association of REALTORS Associate Counsel Jessica Edgerton presents legal tips and best practices for brokerages to take into consideration when implementing safety programs and policies to help agents stay safe. (Source: National Association of REALTORS)
A throwback from a few years ago…but this video from the National Association of REALTORS offers timeless insights to help real estate professionals work smart and stay safe!
As a real estate professional, there is always a level of risk to your personal safety when meeting an unknown person. Here are a few simple steps you can take to decrease that risk.
Source: National Association of REALTORS
Are you putting yourself in danger by being too nice?
The National Association of REALTORS is offering members a free webinar on Wednesday, April 26, starting at 2 p.m. In the webinar, you will learn how to:
- Integrate safety as a basic tenet in your business that make you more profitable and keep you safe.
- Avoid meeting in unfamiliar or secluded places.
- Prepare and execute a personal safety plan.
Join Paula Monthofer, owner/instructor of Focus School of Real Estate and 2017 President of Arizona REALTORS, as she shares tips and strategies to keep you safe in your day-to-day business.
Click here to register.
Developed in partnership with NAR’s REALTOR Safety Program, the Ohio Association of REALTORS Professional Development Group is offering an online, three-hour course that teaches real estate professionals how to limit risk and increase safety for themselves and their clients. Students will learn how to assess potential risks and develop safety protocols for client meetings, open houses, showings, online interactions, and other business activities. The course will guide students through strategies for data security, including protecting personal and electronic information for real estate professionals and the clients they serve. As a practical resource, this course offers easy-to-remember strategies for responding to threats and attacks and when facing potentially dangerous situations.
Click here for more details or to register for the course.