It's that time of year again when I am reminded of all of the beauty of the season. As much as I love everything to do with the holidays, there are also some dangers lurking and it's good to be reminded of those too. Here are some seasonal safety tips for you.
First up is Christmas trees. Since this is the time when folks are decorating their trees and putting up other holiday decorations, it's the perfect time to talk about safety.
This is the time of year when the leaves start to fall, the weather is changing and the daylight hours get shorter. It is also the time a lot of us start thinking about safety as those daylight hours get shorter. Today I have some safety tips for real estate investors.
In our business, we meet buyers and sellers when it is convenient for them which can often be at odd times. There are some “best practices” when it comes to being safe in this business. Today I would like to share a post I wrote a while back, but is just as relevant as the day I wrote it.
It never hurts to get reminders along the way, and you can never be too safe. My biggest tip is to always tell someone where you will be, and make it automatic to check in with that person when you leave the appointment.
Take a look at the 10 safety tips for real estate investors. Do you have any to add to the list.
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This is the time of year that is filled with wonder especially for children. It's a time for fun, family and worship. Sadly, it can also be a time for disaster where Christmas decorations are concerned.
In today's post I wanted to republish an article that I wrote a couple of years ago on Christmas safety tips. These tips certainly are just as relevant today as they were then, and they apply to just about everyone at this time of the year.
It's especially important to pass these Christmas safety tips along to your tenants if you are a landlord. Since many of our tenants have never actually been homeowners, they might be unaware of some of these safety measures they should follow to not only keep themselves but also your property safe at this time of the year.
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It’s pretty easy for folks in real estate to get complacent when it comes to safety. Our natural inclination is to trust people. But I believe that real estate investors are actually at much more risk than the average Realtor.
Realtors Have an Edge
If you are a real estate agent, you can have clients meet you at your office. By meeting these folks in advance, you can “pre-screen” them before you ever begin the process of showing them property. Some of the steps you can take would be to copy their driver’s license, have them fill out some basic customer/client information and introduce them to a co-worker. Realtors are able to verity their client’s identity to some extent
The vast majority of real estate investors don’t have an outside office, so this is much tougher to do.
More often than not real estate investors will be meeting someone at a property, and they have no way of pre-screening this person ahead of time except on the phone. Women are especially at risk in this business, so it pays to take some simple precautions.
So How Can You Stay Safe? Here are 10 Safety Tips for You
I have some simple procedures that I always follow. This is by no means a foolproof system, but it helps me to feel safer just by taking these simple precautions.