REALTOR® Safety Webinar: Every Agent's Five-Step Plan for Open Houses
There are many risky situations real estate professionals put themselves in every day as part of their on-the-job duties. Among those are hosting open houses, going on listing appointments and visiting vacant properties. But there are certain steps and procedures to follow to decrease the chances of bad things happening to you while performing these necessary components of your job.
From this webinar you will…
- Learn the warning signs of a potentially dangerous situation
- Learn the safe way to prepare for, conduct, and close up an open house
- Learn the process for conducting a safe listing appointment
- Learn about foreclosed properties and how to work them safety
Start preparing for the 2012 Nationwide Open House Weekend, April 28 and 29 by registering today for this valuable webinar on how to have a safe and successful open house.
NAR recognizes REALTORS® face more on-the-job risks than many other business professionals and to help increase your knowledge, safety awareness and to empower you to make smart decisions, we've created these Webinars and a variety of other safety-related materials that are available online at www.REALTOR.org/Safety.
For questions regarding NAR's REALTOR® Safety initiative and resources, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Andrew L. Wooten
President of Safety Awareness Firearms Education (S.A.F.E.), Andrew has been in the safety and security industry, and has provided safety programs since 1984. Andrew provides practical and helpful advice about security, crime, loss prevention, and avoiding liability. His main office is located near Jacksonville, Florida.