Six More MLSs & REALTOR Associations Adopt Real Safe Agent
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
AUSTIN, Texas – Austin-based Real Safe Agent announced that six more multiple listing services adopted Real Safe Agent as a free member benefit since mid-December. The list includes TRIAD MLS, Bay East Association of Realtors®, Lubbock Association of Realtors®, Bridge MLS, Park City Board of Realtors®, and Rogue Valley Association of Realtors®.
"We’re just thrilled and excited about working with our member associations to deploy Real Safe Agent," said Richard Renton, CEO of TRIAD MLS, which services multiple associations in North Carolina, "We genuinely feel that investing in Real Safe Agent is in the best interest of our agent’s safety, and is the best thing we can do for our brokers to mitigate their liability as it relates to agent safety."
The Real Safe Agent system is purchased by the MLS or Realtor® Association and is provided entirely at no cost to the membership. As such, it is the only safety product in the industry that does not involve any additional purchases on the part of the agent or the broker.
Agents and brokers will also have free access to Safe Selling, which is the company’s breakthrough agent safety class based on criminology and predator profiling and the accompanying 22 part agent safety video series designed for use during sales meetings. The system also includes features that allow associations and brokers to have safety awards, give public recognition of agents who helping to keep others safe, and involve local vendors and affiliates as safety partners who can provide safety rewards for agents.
The Real Safe Agent website contains a video that explains the system in greater detail.
About Real Safe Agent
Real Safe Agent is based in Austin, Texas and is the creator of the first crime prevention system for the real estate industry. The patent pending system is rooted in behavioral science and empowers the real estate agents to cooperate and collaborate to keep each other safe.
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