Arkansas Realtor Found Dead

I never meet with strangers in vacant houses. Why? For this very reason. It is dangerous. I do full background checks on potential buyers before I meet with them or use other precautions like carrying mace with me and letting others know my whereabouts prior to showing a vacant property. I take a friend with me or a lender and never do Open Houses without others.

Trust your gut. If something feels wrong then it probably is wrong.

Never show a home to someone who cannot fully qualify for the purchase and prove that they qualify by providing you Proof of Cash Funds or a Preapproval Letter from a Local Lender.

Be Smart. Be Safe. Stay Alive.
Kelly Klein, Lifeguard Real Estate, Inc.

About Kelly Klein

Buyers and Listing specialist. Whether it is a condo, a home, a townhome, a duplex, or a lot, I am here to help. You can find me at Broker Associate / Sales Professional Berkshire Hathaway Home Services | Pen Fed Realty
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2 Responses to Arkansas Realtor Found Dead

  1. Bill Allen says:

    I agree with your comments and I hope all the lady Realtor’s out there listen to you. It’s not the same idyllic world out there that you knew as a child. Things can get deadly in an instant. I’m 6’3″ and 300 lbs. bad things can even happen to me. I personally believe that some of the agents are so hungry for that sale or listing, that they forget their common sense. Folks, it’s not worth your life! If the client can’t meet you in the office the first time, I would not meet them at a vacant house. They could meet you at Starbucks, Burger King, or any public place other than a vacant house.

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