How REALTORS® stay safe

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09/22/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Have you ever felt afraid for your personal safety during open houses, vacant or model home tours, or showing properties that were unlocked or in remote areas? You’re not alone: These are some of the common situations that caused fear for REALTORS®, according to NAR’s 2016 Member Safety Report. See a few other highlights of the survey in this infographic, then get tips to stay safe on the job at texasrealestate.com/safety and realtor.org/safety.

Infographic with data from NAR's 2016 Member Safety Report

Categories: Members, Research
Tags: research, safety, infographic


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