REALTOR Safe Harbor Program Logo

REALTORS® often need a simple way to find safe public, locations to meet prospective clients. REALTOR® Safe Harbors are locations who have agreed to allow REALTORS® to meet at their office/location.


REALTORS® can simply go to to quickly find all Safe Harbor locations in their area. The location can be quickly forwarded to a client with a few clicks. Mobile apps are available for iOS and Android and can be found by searching for "REALTOR® Safe Harbor" on the App Store or Google Play. To sign your office up to become a safe harbor, go to


REALTOR® Safe Harbor is a partnership between the REALTOR® State Associations and Real Agent Guard: We're safer together.

In this award-winning video*, consumers learn about the potential safety protocols they may encounter when working with a REALTOR®. It’s a great resource to share with clients to educate them about the importance of REALTOR® safety.

*Winner of Best Associations Online Video by the Web Marketing Association’s 2016 Internet Advertising Competition Awards. Winner of a Bronze Stevie at the 2016 American Business Awards.


Office Safety Forms+

Below are a variety of pre-designed safety forms that you can custimize and use in your office.

Mobile Safety App - Gaurdly+

Our safety apps deliver personal safety and security to individuals by transforming their mobile devices into smart personal emergency phones. Simply launching our safety apps will transmit real-time GPS location and indoor location within buildings (for select enterprise customers), and provide two-way communication with private security, 911 authorities, and safety groups.

Get the Guardly mobile safety app for only $17.99/year – an exclusive discount for Oregon REALTORS®.

NAR Safety Resources+

As a REALTOR®, it’s important you have a personal safety protocol in place that you use every day with every client, like when meeting new clients, showing properties or sharing information online. There are a variety of tools you can add to your personal safety protocol, such as the smartphone apps and safety products listed on NAR's website here.