You may not be aware of your vulnerability in these areas of your business. Here’s how to correct behaviors that put your safety at risk.
Safety procedures are just as important for teams as individual agents. Here’s how to make personal security part of your team’s culture.
Ohio real estate pro Tammy Koleski and her sister, Pam, bargain shop for learning essentials and clothes and donate them to local schools in poor neighborhoods.
Mitch Serlin, a military vet himself, helps service members in Illinois and New York find camaraderie and healing after witnessing the horrors of war.
Louisiana pro Jennifer Richardson vowed to remove trash and weeds from neglected roadway medians around town. She turned to social media for help and amassed 100 volunteers.
California real estate pro Christina Gray ignites an army of volunteers to drop off plants on the doorstops of those who are struggling emotionally.
Take in this wisdom from former Good Neighbor Award winners as you commemorate REALTOR® Volunteer Days this week.
NAR is asking all members to participate in REALTOR® Volunteer Days this Saturday through June 11. Find out how to join the nationwide effort.
Most professionals believe these ideas will improve their personal security in the field. Sometimes, they’re wrong.
Arkansas real estate pro Danna Johnson, a power fundraiser for children’s causes, recently launched her own effort to support foster families. There’s a reason her brokerage is her charity’s base.
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