Real Estate Agent SafetyDefense-ability’s Real Estate Agent Safety class specifically addresses the safety issues encountered by agents.

Meeting new clients, showing properties, holding open houses, letting strangers get into your car, and even your marketing may be jeopardizing your personal safety.  Such everyday tasks may seem harmless, but as some real estate professionals have learned the hard way, these situations can expose you to danger.

Security experts now consider real estate to be a high-risk profession.

Real Estate Agent Safety class covers the following:

We provide safety information on situations that real estate agents deal with every day such as:

Safe parking for situations like an open house or showing
Driving clients in your car
Verifying client information
Safer wording and photos for use on property flyers available to the general public
Finding escape routes from the property
Which rooms you will never enter when showing a property

Crime Scene Tape PoliceWe’ll teach you to develop your intuition to recognize danger signals. You’ll learn to use your awareness to stop risky situations from developing, and how to use boundary setting and your voice to keep yourself safe.

These skills will help you avoid scary and dangerous situations.

You’ll also learn very effective self-defense techniques – how to strike to disable an attacker, and how to escape from grabs and holds. Our self-defense program doesn’t require a great deal of strength; you’ll learn vulnerable points on the body and how to exploit them to disable.

Agent safety is a number one concern in every real estate office; make sure your agents stay safe by attending our class!

If you’re interested in booking a class for your group, please use the form below to contact us.

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