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How Much Does Implicit Bias Affect Your Judgments?

The mind science experts at the Perception Institute present an online workshop to help members avoid implicit bias in their daily business interactions. Drawing upon the latest evidence-based research, Perception explains how our brains’ automatic, instant association of stereotypes with particular groups can cause us to treat those who are different from us unfairly, despite our best intentions and often without our conscious awareness. Perception then applies these concepts to the everyday work of REALTORS®, and offers strategies to override bias in order to convey respect, ensure fairness, and improve business relationships.

Want to go deeper? Take the Implicit Bias test, and watch for future offerings from Perception and NAR.

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State RPAC Online Auction coming up Next Week, JULY 22-24. Watch out for MORE INFORMATION!

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More Information Coming soon on how to Register!

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Member Survey

Thank you to everyone who completed our Annual Member Survey.  This survey is vital to our planning for the future of the association and bringing value added programs to our members.   

If you have not participated yet, you still have a few days.  Please give us your opinion. 

As an incentive, 4 random individuals who completed the survey by July 15th received a $25 Visa Gift Card. 


Sharon Allen
Matt Hermansen
Chris Beard
Traci Richardson

Results of the Survey will be released to all members interested at the end of the reporting time. 

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Calling for Nominations

We would love for you to get involved at PRAR.  Our success is Based off of our Members and Volunteers.   

Please apply or Nominate someone today for our 2021 Board of Directors.  Elections take Place in September and Installation of Board Members are in December!

If you have any questions or would like an application, please email or talk to any 2020 Board Member. 

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Many counties and towns have passed face mask ordinances to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Read the Full list of Face Mask Ordinance across the state HERE. 


The CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain.

Make sure you wear your mask and that all clients are prepared with PPE before touring properties, meeting with lenders or closing attorneys!

It includes a list of action items businesses should take in the following scenarios:

  • An employee tests positive for COVID-19
  • An employee is sick with COVID-19 symptoms but has not been tested
  • An employee has been in close contact (within six feet or more than 15 minutes) with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19
  • An employee has been in close contact with someone displaying COVD-19 symptoms but has not been tested
  • An employee who lives with someone who has been in close contact with someone displaying COVID-19 Symptoms and
  • An employee who is a restaurant patron at an establishment that later announces an employee at the restaurant is positive for COVID-19.

SCDHEC INTERIM Guidance for COVID-19 Scenarios in Business

COVID-19 resource links:


Billie Prater

Association Executive

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