Consumers are still buying and selling homes—and they’re relying on their agents more than ever for guidance during this period of uncertainty.
Content sponsor Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council has revamped courses to show you how business systems go hand-in-hand with safety on the job.
Don’t be fearful of working with customers who have mental health challenges. Be respectful yet alert, and calm them during transaction challenges.
Tragedy can turn into opportunity to influence safer work practices. Here’s how REALTORS® responded to four high-profile agent slayings.
Rental units come with specific security issues that you need to address in order to keep your buildings marketable.
One REALTOR® association has launched an effort to encourage its members to use the wearable tool to improve personal safety.
Though they have no legal obligation to protect their sales team in the field, leaders at all real estate companies should heed a moral duty to do so.
These seemingly innocent ways of operating can actually make you more vulnerable to thieves and other criminals who look at you as a target.
Carl Carter Jr., the son of slain Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter, opens up about her death and how it awakened his drive to ensure...
Would you be able to handle a gun, or are you more comfortable with something nonlethal like pepper spray?
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