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Put Safety First By Asking Questions and Preparing in Advance

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By: Matt Clements

Like most of you, I remember our real estate agent, Beverly Carter, who lived and worked in Arkansas and was murdered while on the job. In 2014, reporters asked the man who killed her why she was targeted, he responded, “Because she’s a rich broker.”

The perpetrator and his wife requested a showing of a property that …

How to Keep Your Real Estate Business Secure While Working From Home

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By Amber Bachman

Real estate never stops. COVID-19 has slowed things down a bit, but it hasn’t stopped the housing market. Right now, millions of people all across the country are telecommuting while they shelter-in-place; real estate practitioners and their clients are no different. Now that the American workforce is getting comfortable with their work-from-home orders, it is crucial to …

How to Protect Home Buyers, Owners From Asbestos

Blog Contributor Hazard & Disclosures, Rental Properties, Safety 2 Comments

By Rachel Lynch When trying to find a buyer’s dream home, it’s critical to not lose sight of what really matters—and no, I don’t mean an immaculate kitchen. Whether your client is a first-time homebuyer, or a retiree looking to downsize, the state of their new home impacts their health. Unfortunately, even the most beautiful facade can be hiding an …