As a real estate practitioner, you’re faced with potentially risky situations every day. Meeting new clients, showing homes, and even walking to your car at night can be dangerous. It’s essential that you make safe decisions and know how to react when confronted with trouble.
Before showing a home for the first time, I should ask the sellers:
To find a first-rate self-defense course in my area, I should:
To protect against theft during a home showing, I should:
One way to stay safe on the job is to have a distress voice signal for when you want to call for help without alarming someone who can overhear you. To create such a signal, I should:
When holding an open house, I should:
When meeting prospective clients for the first time, I can stay safe by:
The 10-second rule is a smart and quick way to keep safety at the forefront throughout the day. How does it work?
When I’m working at the office, I should take this safety precaution: