This November, Inman offers a deep dive into the world of proptech and the state of the startups that are building the future now. We’ll also debut a brand new coveted set of awards, Proptech All-Stars, celebrating the entrepreneurs, VCs, and visionaries in the field. It’s Proptech Month at Inman.
Pulse is a recurring column where we ask for readers’ takes on varying topics in a weekly survey and report back with our findings.
From scams to wire fraud to a loose floorboard at an open house, there are a lot of ways that clients can get hurt during a real estate transaction. As part of your fiduciary duty, you have to look out for their interests — which means you need to be up-to-the-minute with the latest insights and information so that you can provide safety and security on their behalf.
Since you’re in charge of taking care of everyone all the way to the closing table (and beyond), we asked: What’s your top tip for ensuring your clients’ security? How do you stay updated on the latest security strategies? How do you protect their privacy concerns, financial health and IRL personal safety? Here’s what you said:
- I can not ensure anyone’s security. I do educate my clients and make them aware of current money-wiring scams. They receive both verbal and written information.
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