Chuck Harder & Associates

Realtor Safety to Avoid Victimization in a House

Realtors can significantly reduce their risk of victimization by taking several proactive measures when showing properties. Firstly, always schedule initial meetings with clients in a public place or at the office, rather than directly at the property. Verify the client’s identity and gather as much information as possible beforehand. Realtors should also inform a colleague or family member of their location and expected timeline, utilizing safety apps to share real-time updates and check-ins. Additionally, when entering a property, ensure your vehicle is parked in a way that allows for a quick exit, and keep the phone readily accessible. By maintaining these habits, realtors can create a safer working environment and respond more effectively in case of an emergency.

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