REALTOR® Safety Month Featured Video
It’s REALTOR® Safety Month and we asked you to share the precautions you take to protect yourself and clients with Arizona’s real estate community.
While we received dozens of great tips and ideas we can only randomly select one winner and this survey’s recipient of a $100 gift card goes to: Kerri Boland of Yuma!
Agent Safety Alert Program (ASAP)
ASAP is a program to alert REALTORS® of critical safety issues. Members may submit reports of incidents they see or know about using the link below. A response team will evaluate the report and may take action, up to and including issuing a text alert to all affected members.
Click here to submit an Incident Report (must be an active REALTOR®)
To ensure that your cell phone is in our system for alerts, please contact your local association or edit your own information at NAR’s site. For details about the ASAP program, here is a list of FAQs.
Arizona REALTOR® Safety Alerts
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Attempted Robbery During Open House – July 2020
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Individual Exhibiting Erratic Behavior At Multiple Open Houses – April 2019
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Harassment of Female Agent – January 2019
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Agent’s Being Lured Into Potentially Dangerous Situations – June 2017
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Agent’s Credentials Being Falsely Used – September 2016
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Disturbing Calls Made by Phony Real Estate Agent – July 2016
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Phoenix REALTOR® Receives Explicit Phone Messages – October 2015
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Angry/Aggressive Client Shopping for Golf Properties – August 2015
- Reported by 12News: MCSO Looking For Queen Creek Flasher – August 2015
- REALTOR® Safety Alert: Man claims to be Reflexologist – April 2015
- Man With Foot Fetish Admits to Preying on Women REALTORS® – CBS 5 News (Sept. 24, 2018)