Parking Lot Awareness

Hi, everybody, Cheryl Knowlton, coming at you with another safety tip for today. Today I’m going to get very honest with you about something I had to learn as a new safety habit as a real estate professional. That is parking lot awareness. I cannot tell you how many times I have driven either to my model home or to …

Real Estate Safety Matters: Texting and Driving

The National Association of Realtors published some statistics in the Real Estate Safety Matters course manual that the average person on, while texting, has their eyes off the road for a whopping 5 seconds.  Before you think that is a long time…

Real Estate Safety Matters

Hi, Everybody, my name is Cheryl Knowlton.  It was my honor and privilege to be invited by the National Association of Realtors in September of 2018 to be their Safety presenter for their webinar. This went out to all 1.3 million members of the National Association of Realtors in over 80 countries. The subject of that webinar was on habits …

LIsting Appointment Safety

1- Google the seller: find out what you can to verify who they are. 2- Ask the Seller how they found you. 3- Take someone with you–another agent or collegue..someone. 4- Always allow seller to go first and never go into a basement.

Safety Tip: Where do you first meet your clients

Be consistent.  If you can’t meet a potential client in your office find somewhere out in public.  Stay safe.  Cheryl talks about the reasons behind this and what you can do to make this happen.

Parking Lot Safety | Realtors

How many times have you parked your car, got out and put your valuables in your trunk and walk away?  Think about that.  People may be watching you put those things there.  Learn what to do and what not to do.