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Realtors take steps to improve safety for their agentsDES MOINES, Iowa ó Joel Aschbrenner, USA TODAY-
Prospective homebuyers who want to tour a house here might now have to meet the listing agent in a coffee shop or an office and show their driverís license.
The new protocol comes as real estate firms around the country launch training and safety initiatives in an effort to protect agents.
Real estate professionals say the job has inherent dangers. Agents often find themselves alone in empty houses with prospective buyers they have never before met. But recent, high-profile murders of real estate agents have pushed the issue into the spotlight.
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