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We’re happy to share our Summer News from the Beverly Carter Foundation!

Going to the 2018 REALTORS® Conference & Expo?  Come see us!

Are you attending real estate's largest event this fall?  The National Association of REALTORS® 2018 Conference & Expo is taking place November 2-5, 2018 in Boston, MA.  The Beverly Carter Foundation will be there at Expo Booth #1777.  Join us and gain tips around personal safety and lone working.  We’re going to have some awesome giveaways, too!

Safe at homes

A new mobile application being offered through the state’s largest real estate organization is aimed at keeping brokers and agents from being robbed, assaulted or worse.

The app, called Forewarn, is a vetting tool designed to make real estate professionals feel more secure and add an extra layer of protection when meeting an unfamiliar client. It can verify someone’s identity through their name and phone number, while also searching for their criminal histories. Please click ARTICLE TITLE or PHOTO to read more.

Train the Trainer Webinar Series

Save your seat for Real Connections, our monthly gathering of State and Local Association marketers, communicators, public relations and social media doers.

Don't let anyone write agent safety off as a lost cause


Since my August article on agent safety was published, the conversation on agent safety has unfortunately included the tragic loss of Beverly Carter, whose body was found in a shallow grave a few days after she was killed. Sadly, the discourse on agent safety has yielded some voices who state that efforts to prevent such killings might be futile. “If a person is determined enough, we can’t stop them,” they say. 

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Snohomish County realtor attacked at open house

By: Joanna Small

After a brutal attack on a Snohomish County real estate agent last weekend, the industry is pushing safety for its agents.

Amit Baruch teaches Krav Maga—an Israeli form of self-defense— to many in professions that require them to interact with volatile people, including police officers.

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001: Carl Carter Jr: How He’s Dealt With his Mother’s Murder

Today’s guest is Carl Carter, Jr., Founder of the Beverly Carter Foundation, a nonprofit named after his mother, a real estate agent who was kidnapped and murdered in 2014 by a couple posing as buyers. Carl talks about how he’s been able to cope with the loss of his mother, how talking about her story has helped him heal, and how since his mother’s passing he’s been dedicating as much time as possible spreading the message of safety. 

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Door-to-Door Neighborhood Farming Safety

Door knocking can be a great way to generate leads and learn how to sell real estate.  Make a Safety PLAN to help keep you safe while you canvas a neighborhood. 


Look confident

Avoid risk

Never assume it won’t happen to you

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