The Real Estate Safety Guide

The Real Estate Safety Guide : Surviving in Real Estate

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When it comes to the real estate business, because you're often working with strangers and in constantly changing environments, nearly every aspect poses a potential danger. Without a good safety plan, even experienced Realtors can be harmed or killed. Providing you with crucial security information, "The Real Estate Safety Guide" teaches you how to safely: Verify every potential client List a property Show a property Host an open house List and sell repossessed properties By learning how to recognize potential threats, you can begin to establish your own secure protocols and create a safer work environment for you and your clients. To further guard against surprise attacks, this in-depth reference also presents self-defense tips and techniques. Written by Realtor and retired police chief James N. Roberts Jr., this book is a must-read for anyone working in real estate, even if you're simply selling your own home. Criminals see real estate agents as easy targets, but if you follow the strategies outlined in this book, you can prove them wrong. Let's reduce the risk and reclaim the reward of the real estate business!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 150g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507772084
  • 9781507772089

About James N Roberts Jr

James N. Roberts Jr. is a retired police chief who currently works as a Realtor. He holds a master's degree in criminal justice administration and attended the fiftieth session of the FBI National Executive Institute in Washington, DC. After first serving with the Monroe Louisiana Police Department, he joined the Shreveport Louisiana Police Department working briefly as a patrol officer before becoming a general investigative detective and eventually serving as a highly effective chief of police. After retiring in 2003, Roberts began a new career in real estate. When he started hearing about Realtors being attacked on the job, he grew passionate about educating them on crucial safety strategies. In 2012, he established Jim Roberts and Associates, a consulting and private investigations company through which he trains new and experienced Realtors on real estate safety, self-defense techniques, and firearm use. Married for thirty-nine years, Roberts has two children and five more