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By Gary J Venice

 

A sad commentary in today’s society is that not everyone has the best intentions! When you decide to put your home on the market, the interview process you conduct with your choice of Realtor’s should include a conversation about maintaining the Safety and Security of your home. This conversation should be as important as the pricing and comparables for your property.

What are some of the items you should consider as part of your property sale?

The Big 3 today seems to be Prescription Drugs, Weapons and Jewelry!

 

Prescription Drugs– One of the easiest items to pocket and remove from the home are prescription drugs. Having someone on a tour of your home slips into the medicine cabinet in the bathroom or other drawers or cabinets in the kitchen and pocketing these drugs is a simple process. You should make your agent aware…

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