REALTORS® working in rural settings face a variety of unique safety hazards. NAR and the REALTORS® Land Institute outline some of the potential dangers REALTORS® face working in rural areas and what they can do to stay safe on the job. For instance, when on a farm or in a rural area, wear boots and keep them available in your vehicle to wear for protection from snakes, bugs, nails and other debris on the ground. Many of the tips are appropriate for real estate professionals in all areas of real estate. Review these rural safety tips with your agents.
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