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Safety Tip #17

“Who’s calling?”
Install caller I.D. on your telephone, which should automatically reject calls from numbers that have been blocked. This will provide you with immediate information about the source of the call.
All tips are taken from NAR's REALTOR® Safety Resource Kit. Direct your members to your own association website or to NAR's safety web pages at www.REALTOR.org/Safety for more information on the important topic of REALTOR® safety.


2015 GRI Schedule

Make 2015 the Year you earn your GRI Designation - The Nations #1 Designation.  Educate yourself to help position your customers and clients to make the best decisions to get to a successful close.  Don't wait - Do It Now! Click here for current course schedule.

Educational Opportunities at REALTOR University

See the many educational opportunities available at REALTOR University.  Click here now!

Course SALE!

See the current courses on Sale at REALTOR University.  Enjoy the savings - register today while the sale lasts!

Continuing Education Look Up

Access your Education History (starting 1/1/13) through the Real Estate Commissions portal.

REpurposed Apps

NAR's Center for REALTOR Technology (CRT) is proud to introduce REpurposed Apps.  REpurposed Apps is a website for members to engage each other, recommend, and share apps that they use in their daily workflow.  Visit REpurposed Apps and join the conversation - find out what works ... and what doesn't.

Data Security

Ever wonder about the data you collect and is it safe?  Do you have procedures and practices in place to safeguard the data you've collected from your clients, customers and colleagues?  Consider taking NAR's course on "Data Security for REALTORS" and find out.

Social Media & Cyber Safety Strategies

View NAR's recent video on social media and cyber safety strategies you should be using to help protect yourself and your customers and clients.  Click here to view the video.

NEW Broker Education Regulation Reminder

The Maryland Real Estate Commission has adopted a regulation that will require candidates seeking a broker or associate broker license to pass the licensing examination within one year of finishing the required 135 hours of pre licensing education.  This new rule matches the regulation finalized earlier this year for the real estate salesperson license.

NAR's E-newletter for Brokers

This monthly Real Estate Services e-newsletter helps diversified real estate firms and their agents stay informed of the issues that affect their businesses, including legislative updates and industry trends.  Subscribe now  (member login required).  Stay in the loop and sign up today!
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