Real Estate

Longleaf Pine REALTORS® association implements new safety program

By Staff Report, posted 2 months ago
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In response to the growing urgency for real estate agents' safety across the nation, Longleaf Pine REALTORS® Association (LPR®) recently rolled out the revolutionary safety program, FOREWARN. This initiative empowers LPR® members with tools to enhance safety, foster collaboration and elevate professional success.

FOREWARN enables real estate professionals to gain real-time knowledge, such as verifying identity, searching for criminal histories and validating information provided by potential clients such as financial and asset information – all from a phone number or name. 

Members receive the following benefits by using FOREWARN:

  • Risk assessment and due diligence at your fingertips™: Gain instant knowledge about potential clientele before face-to-face engagements, to better understand and address risk.
  • Intuitive interface: FOREWARN puts real-time identity information in the palm of members’ hands.

“I am pleased to have our organization implement FOREWARN for our members. This initiative reinforces our commitment to the safety and success of our members,” said Megan Gerber, President of Longleaf Pine REALTORS® Association, in a press release. “The overwhelmingly positive response from our real estate professionals validates the importance and timeliness of FOREWARN in addressing the evolving safety needs of our industry.”

FOREWARN is now available exclusively to active LPR® members marking the association's commitment to delivering exceptional value to its members. Members can safely plan for showings with a higher level of confidence, by activating an account 

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