AZ REALTORS Association
In observance of REALTOR® security Month in September, the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR) features established the Agent security alarm Program (ASAP).
an elevated give attention to protection begun earlier on this year with a few REALTOR® security videos featuring AAR very first vice-president and security Workgroup Chair Paula Monthofer. ASAP was setup confirmed another way for AAR to higher protect its users from harm.
“We belong to the greatest trade business in Arizona, ” stated Monthofer. “We have the numbers, the ability and also the expertise to strike this in a more proactive fashion.”
The security workgroup produced a text-based aware system just for REALTORS® that notifies users that an event has occurred that'll pose a risk towards protection and wellbeing of other REALTORS® in your community. Active AAR users should be able to get text alerts and post internet based incident reports in real time. Ahead of ASAP, the connection was just capable share safety alerts via social media marketing as well as its members-only site.
“We might like to do more than share safety warnings on social media marketing, ” said AAR CEO Michelle Lind. “So we chose to be much more proactive in alerting Arizona REALTORS® of possible hazards.” Lind was among four security panelists in the August 2015 National Association of REALTORS® Leadership Summit in Chicago, IL.
As well as ASAP, there are numerous guidelines and tips agreed to keep REALTORS® safe including never meeting a stranger in a personal space.
Through the summit, Lind talked of previous AAR member Sidney Cranston which vanished come july 1st after showing a house in Kingman, AZ to an unidentified possible customer. AAR is faithfully attempting to make sure its members tend to be armed with knowledge and resources maintain all of them safe and prevent comparable tragedies.Tags: Agent Safety Alarm Program, ASAP, Protection Month, text alert