With September being Realtor Safety Month, Matt and Garrett welcome the perfect guest to help them celebrate it: certified Ninja Selling coach, President of the Colorado Association of Realtors, co-host of the Reignite Resilience podcast, and, above all, devoted mother, Natalie Davis. As her many achievements would indicate, Natalie possesses some thoroughly impressive multitasking abilities that have left both our hosts in utter awe, and together, they all embark on an insightful discussion here today about realtor safety during this special month.
Our talented trio cover various aspects from personal safety measures to transactional safety and technology use, emphasizing the need for well-defined safety processes and protocols, advocating for safety in numbers, and taking control of Open House environments. From the importance of establishing a strong online presence while safeguarding personal information to community engagement in fostering a culture of safety, this episode equips listeners with essential knowledge for a safer and more successful real estate journey. So, tune in today for valuable insights from our expert panel as they shed light on how safety and success go hand in hand in the real estate profession, and how you can make every month a Realtor Safety month..
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Implementing safety processes
Transactional safety utilizing tools like Forewarn
Balancing maintaining an online presence with protecting personal information
Fostering a culture of safety awareness within offices
Collaborating with other agents for safety during open houses and showings
Open House safety
Communicate the behind-the-scenes risks and processes to clients
Installing security cameras such as Ring doorbells
“When teaching agents on how to host open houses when it comes to safety, that’s usually the leading thing – I start with safety, and then we lead into everything else.”
“There’s so much that happens within the real estate industry, and we keep it, like, top secret for whatever reason. Share that with the client. Let them know what we’re doing.”
“The one call you never want to get is that your agent was in an unfortunate or unsafe environment.”
“When you have a process in place, your confidence level shoots through the roof.”
“The number one thing for safety for people is just being aware of your environment.”
“Your job is not only to help them find a house but also to maintain your safety and maintain their safety.”
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