Top 4 Safety Action Items for REALTORS®
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From keeping yourself safe in everyday real estate situations to protecting your clients and their properties, make safety an everyday practice with education, tools and tips from SPAAR.
4 Safety Action Items for REALTORS®- Safety Month 2022This year, SPAAR if focusing on increasing safety awareness in real estate, providing resources to grow your knowledge as a real estate professional, and providing you with resource to share with your clients. To start the month off, here are 4 Safety Action Items For REALTORS®.
Resources To Assist In Realtor® SafetyRealtor® safety is a primary concern as agents routinely work in new homes and areas while interacting with new people.
The National Association of REALTORS® has created safety webinars on a variety of topics all year round.
Increase your safety knowledge on Data security, Mental health, Personal safety, Working with clients, and more!
C2EX Task: Complete the REALTOR® Safety Series Webinars
NAR’s Homeowner Safety & Security Toolkit
This toolkit provides your association with the context, materials and best practices to most effectively get the word out about homeowner safety and security. Following are some overarching recommendations to tell these important stories and most effectively deliver the content
REALTOR® Safety Network
The National Association of REALTORS® is committed to the safety of our members. Through the REALTOR® Safety Network, NAR will deploy REALTOR® Safety Alerts via social media when a physical or cyberthreat to REALTORS® warrants national attention.
Broker Safety Resources
REALTOR® Safety MLS Fields
In an effort to reduce the number of safety incidents that occur in the real estate industry, the REALTOR® Safety MLS Fields Work Group met to determine the strongest list of MLS Safety Fields to be considered for local MLS adoption to best ensure agent safety.
Real Estate Safety Matters Course
The Putting REALTOR® Safety First: Safety Strategies for the Modern REALTOR® course is designed to instill safety awareness and habits as second nature so that real estate professionals—as well as their clients and customers—know how to avert or respond to dangerous situations and avoid harm as they practice their profession.