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Real Estate Professionals


You want to be ensured that the security system in the home you are showing is fully functional, to protect the home and you. We recommend you:


  • Meet clients for the first time in your office and ask for identification. Find out as much as you can about your new prospect, such as their occupation, interests, family, etc. Introduce all clients to coworkers and make it clear you will be taking them out of the office.


  • Be sure your cell phone is fully charged and in your possession at all times. Pre-program emergency contacts as your speed dial options. Designate a mundane password or phrase with someone to serve as an alert. For example, "Can you please pull the Jones file before I return to the office?"


  • Always let someone at your office know of your schedule when holding open houses. Inform the neighbors on either side of the property of your times at the location, and ask if he or she can watch for anything out of the ordinary. Be alert of patterns in visitors' arrivals, especially towards the end of your open house. Never assume that all visitors have left the premises.


  • Do a walk-through with the homeowner and discuss any safety precautions that may need to be done; check all rooms, and determine escape routes.


  • Keep your car keys easily accessible. Today's cars are equipped with apanic button on the remote key entry to alert anyone in the area of your distress.


  • Homes equipped with security systems are connected to emergency services. Knowing the emergency code on a home's alarm system can serve as a direct link to the help you may need.


  • Let your office know where you are at all times, and try to let your clients know that you shared this information. Complete a registry or itinerary form noting your time of absence and information about the company joining you.


  • When showing, never inform a caller on an ad or sign that the property is vacant. Direct the prospective buyer through individual rooms by pointing the destination and gesturing for them to go ahead of you. Always avoid confined areas without windows or an easy way out.


  • Remind sellers that strangers will be in their home. Advise them to store any valuables in a secure place.


  • As a real estate professional, you spend a significant amount of time engaging unfamiliar people in sometimes remote locations throughout your market area-whether hosting an open house, meeting new clients to sell a property, or showing prospective buyers a vacant home. By taking the right steps, you can help ensure a safe, secure experience. Remember, your health and security is important.