LIBOR is committed to the safety of our members. LIBOR has established a REALTOR® Safety Alert Network to notify members of local safety concerns and emergencies. Through this system, LIBOR’s CEO, Legal Counsel and/or President determine which parties should be notified and the appropriate communication channels for the alert. The procedure then follows suit with NAR’s alert system.

Alerts will be issued in situations when a REALTOR® or a REALTOR®’s immediate family member goes missing, an association name is being used fraudulently to dupe consumers, or a physical threat to REALTORS® is deemed to warrant national attention. The goal of the REALTOR® Safety Network, aside from keeping practitioners informed of threats in their area, is to educate members about common dangers in the field so that they can prepare and avoid risky situations.

realsafeagentReal Safe Agent Crime Prevention System

We are thrilled to announce a free LIBOR member benefit! Real Safe Agent is not a personal safety app, it is a crime prevention system for the real estate industry.

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REALTOR® Safety Tips

Knowledge. Awareness. Empowerment. These are the core components of REALTOR® Safety and helping our members understand the risks they face can mean the difference between life and death. Our commitment is to empowering our members with precautions and preparations so that we can avoid risky situations, be aware of our surroundings and identify the dangers we face every day.


View NAR's "56 Safety Tips for REALTORS®" here.

Safety Guides and Home Maintenance Checklist

Now is the time to educate your buyers and sellers. Professionally prepared guides are available for free download. Once printed, staple your business card to the allocated white space at the bottom right of each guide and checklist before distributing to your clients; at your listing presentations, open houses and closings. Be sure to make safety a priority inside and outside your consumers' home.

The Long Island Board of REALTORS®, Inc. is partnering with United Way of Long Island, to spread awareness about the importance of maintaining a healthy home.

Safety Resources