Recent REALTOR® Safety Alerts

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The goal of the REALTOR® Safety Program is to reduce the number of safety incidents that occur in the industry, so every REALTOR® comes home safely to his or her family every night. We will accomplish this goal together with our members by improving the Safety Culture in the industry: talk about safety; create a safety plan and follow it; and encourage your fellow REALTORS® to do the same. Please check below for recent local REALTOR® Safety Alerts and stay vigilant.

REALTOR® Safety Alert: Beware of Suspicious Lead
Nov 30, 2021 1 min read
Please be aware that a lead recently came from a 3rd party site from a male asking to see a vacant property. The male said he preferred seeing the property with a female agent. The lead would not give his name, abruptly changed his story and said he
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REALTOR® Safety Alert: Beware of Fraudster Posing as Licensee
Oct 23, 2021 1 min read
It has been brought to our attention that a fraudster may be posing as a licensee based in New Jersey attempting to schedule showings. The fraudster telephones the listing office and requests assistance with scheduling the appointment through the ele
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REALTOR® Safety Alert: Beware of Two Imposters Identifying as Real Estate Licensees
Oct 12, 2021 1 min read
LIBOR has been advised of an incident in Central Islip where a man, accompanied by another person, falsely identified themselves as Real Estate Licensees to gain entry into a private home listed for sale.  Please be reminded to check the identif
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REALTOR® Safety Alert: “Buyer” Attempted to Lure REALTOR® Into Basement and Attic of Vacant Property
Jul 16, 2020 1 min read
LIBOR has received an incident report that could affect the safety of our members. It was reported that a man contacted a REALTOR® to schedule a showing of a vacant property located on the North Shore of Nassau County. 
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REALTOR® SAFETY ALERT: Beware of Suspicious Caller
Jan 16, 2020 1 min read
LIBOR has received a report that could affect the safety of our members.  If a caller raises your suspicions in any way, do not attend a listing presentation or show a house alone! Use safety apps or safety solutions to let trusted contact
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