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REALTOR® Safety Pledge

As a REALTOR®, my first priority is the well-being and safety of myself, my REALTOR® colleagues, the clients and customers we serve, and the business partners who foster our profession.

Therefore, I pledge to always conduct business and prospecting activities in a reasonably safe manner, which includes following the recommendations from the National Association of REALTORS® and adhering to the Safe Listings Form to the best of my ability.

I am committed to receive education and in turn to advise consumers and colleagues on best safety practices.

REALTORS® are committed to safety, and I take this pledge because I care about the wellbeing of myself, my clients and customers, my colleagues, and my profession.



3 Simple Steps to Get Started:

  1. Register your information
  2. Enter emergency contacts
  3. Create a showing




Monthly Discussions

July: Client Safety

NAR works hard to keep REALTOR® Safety at forefront of our member’s minds. But what about your members’/agents’ clients? They, too, face some dangers in allowing strangers into their homes. Here are some recommendations to help protect your clients against crime:

  • Don’t leave personal information like mail or bills out in the open where anyone can see it, because this is how thieves are able to access personal information.
  • Valuable items and medication need to be safely put away.
  • Do not show their home by themselves, and do not try to talk to other agents or buyers. Is better to refer all inquiries to their REALTOR®.

We encourage you to talk to their clients about safety best practices for both the seller and the agent. If sellers keep valuables and prescription medications out in the open during showings, you may find yourself in a dangerous situation. Educating buyers and sellers about safety issues helps avoid trouble and, in the end, keeps everyone safer in a transaction.

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