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California Association of Realtors joins Safe Harbor

Platform enables California Association of Realtors members to find free, safe and convenient locations to meet clients
  • The Safe Harbor platform is both a Web-based site and mobile app that enables members to quickly pinpoint safe locations to meet.
  • The California Association of Realtors recently signed on to the Realtor Safe Harbor program, a platform that allows agents to locate a designated safe spot to meet with client, and be monitored while there.
  • The app also pinpoints coffee shops and police stations, which can serve as locations for after-hours meetings.

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California’ biggest association of real estate professionals recently took a step toward increasing the safety of its members when out on the road. The California Association of Realtors (CAR) recently signed on to the Realtor Safe Harbor program, a platform that allows agents to locate a designated safe spot to meet with client and be monitored while there. CAR is the largest state association in the profession to begin working with the Safe Harbor program, with 100-plus local associations and more than 175,000 members. Ten additional state associations, including Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana, Oregon and Missouri, have already joined Safe Harbor. There are registered Safe Harbor sites in 24 states. The platform is a product of Real Agent Guard, which provides mobile personal safety solutions for employees. Real Agent Guard also offers video monitoring of open houses. Realtor Safe Harbor was first begun as a service of the Arkansas Realtors Association. The idea is to ...