Knowledge. Awareness. Empowerment.


These are the core components of REALTOR® Safety. And helping our members understand the risks they face can mean the difference between life and death.







This report can help real estate professionals develop the resources, programs, and technologies they need to keep themselves safe.



As a real estate professional, there's always a level of risk to your personal safety when meeting an unknown person. But there are a few simple steps you can take to decrease your risk.


This is just the start of our commitment to empowering our members. NAR has also developed REALTOR® Safety materials for use throughout year, including:


  • New webinars on REALTOR® Safety, presented by industry experts.

  • Quarterly safety messages focusing on seasonal tips for on the job and at home, sent to Associations and brokers to share with members.

  • Expansion of client safety materials and resources


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Beverly Carter Certified Safety Office Program


In memory of our colleague Beverly Carter, the Arkansas REALTORS® Association Safety Task Force and the Carter Family challenge each office to keep safety in the forefront of Real Estate business at all times.


We encourage every Real Estate Company and office to become a Beverly Carter Safety Certified Office.


Fill out the application and return it to the ARA to show your willingness to put safety first in your office. A sticker that shows your dedication will be mailed to you to place on your office entry door.


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