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NAR Safety Program

For more than a decade, the REALTOR® Safety Program has provided Associations, brokerages and members resources, tips and tools to stay safe both in and out of the office. This program helps members understand the risks they face while on the job through knowledge, awareness and empowerment. While September has been designated REALTOR® Safety month, it’s important that members keep safety top of mind all year round, which is why NAR continuously updates its safety program with new resources and information to keep its members safe.

  • Safety presentation materials, including Powerpoint presentation template, talking points and handouts. These tools are great for office meetings and training sessions.
  • Office forms for REALTORS® and clients to help establish safety protocols.
  • Archived safety webinars on such topics as personal safety, open house safety and holiday season safety tips.
  • Videos and monthly articles to discuss during meetings and share in monthly communications.
  • Dynamic safety widget revealing a new safety tip each week and Web banners to post on your website.
  • Links to safety programs from Associations all over the U.S.

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Predators: The True Nature of Crimes Against REALTORS®
It’s a misconception that crimes against real estate agents are random and opportunistic. In fact, most are predatory in nature.

Personal Safety Tips for Real Estate Professionals
Safety protocols that all REALTORS® should implement into their daily routine and follow with every client, every day, every time.

Cyberscams and the Real Estate Professional
Real estate professionals need to know these common online fraud schemes and the info that will help keep them, and their clients, protected.

REALTOR® Safety at the Office
This video suggests steps you can take to stay safe at the office.

REALTOR® Safety with Clients
This video suggests steps you can take to stay safe with clients.

Staying Safe While Meeting Strangers
As a real estate professional, there is always a level of risk to your personal safety when meeting an unknown person.