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Many real estate professionals have home offices. Whether you work at home or not, you might want to consider additional steps to secure your home.
One of the most common reasons that people find themselves in dangerous situations is that they weren’t paying attention. Take a few precious seconds during the course of your day to assess your surroundings.
Showing a model home can put you in a very vulnerable situation. Follow these four tips to help stay safe.
We spend a lot of time driving, and even doing work or making calls in our parked cars. As you travel from appointment to appointment, keep these tips in mind.
The National Association of REALTORS® has worked hard to keep REALTOR® Safety foremost in everyone’s minds. But what about your clients? Share this valuable advice with everyone, and you’ll help them learn to protect themselves against crime.
Al J. Unser, CAE, CEO of the Greater Tulsa Asso-ciation of REALTORS®, retired in June after 20 years with the association.
The Commercial Real Estate Outlook (CREO) is NAR's flagship commercial research publication. It is produced quarterly and includes the latest market information on five major commercial real estate sectors — industrial, office, multi-family, retail and hospitality real estate.
The six association professionals below were inducted into the Dr. Almon R. (Bud) Smith, RCE, AE Leadership Society