With companies scrambling towards completely online capabilities in the wake of social distancing with the COVID crisis, SafeShowings has announced a partnership with CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS (C.A.R.).
With this partnership, C.A.R.’s some 210,000 members across California will receive access to the SafeShowings Enterprise app which captures facial images of prospects as well as geolocation, then sends data to emergency contacts as needed.
Jeanne Radsick, C.A.R. President, said:
"Keeping each and every REALTOR® in the state of California safe is one of our top priorities, and we are happy to join with the creators of SafeShowings to make this happen."
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Helen Hudson, Founder of FaceSnap, LLC, the parent company and CEO of SafeShowings, explained:
"With one-sixth of the entire nation's REALTORS® in California, we are thrilled to be able to provide access to SafeShowings for C.A.R. members. We are not stopping until all of the nation's REALTORS® have access to the solution that could prevent a crime."