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    Address 123 Main St, Devon, PA
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    • In this Edition: Cyber Safety Tips to Protect You While at Home and On-the-Go

      Our lead story in this month’s Home Matters examines simple tips for not falling prey to cyber threats both at home and while on-the-go. Other topics covered this month include five ways to get your home ready to sell this spring and top paint trends you can easily incorporate into your home décor. We hope you enjoy this month’s edition of Home Matters and as always, we welcome your feedback. Email us anytime!

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 11 Feb 2018

    • Creating a Cyber Safe Home

      While our online lives have become increasingly seamless from the workplace to the coffee shop to our living rooms, they’ve also become increasingly risky as cyber threats pop up in different guises almost daily.

      In fact, according to recent research from cybersecurity firm Webroot, even though we’ve become savvier when it comes to digital safety, there are still alarming gaps in our online security practices. Here are some important tips for staying cyber safe at home...and anywhere you happen to jump online:

      • Remember to back up your data. Putting a system in place to regularly or automatically back up your data will not only protect your precious family photos and videos and personal information, it will save you thousands of dollars in restoration services should your data be compromised.
      • Surf wisely. Pay attention to the websites you visit, the URLs you click on and the mobile apps you use. If something looks fishy, trust your instincts and avoid it. Be sure to educate your kids or any seniors in your household, as well.
      • Think before you click. Don't click links from unknown senders and hover over links before you click to double-check that the URL will direct you to a legitimate website. An even safer option? Type the URL directly into your browser.
      • Avoid public WiFi. If you’re at the mall or another open location with an unsecure network, criminals can hack into your device via the WiFi. If you must go online at that moment, opt to use your mobile data, or connect to a VPN to secure your session.
      • Use a credit card instead of a debit card. This way, if you do get hacked, the funds in your bank account won’t get stolen. Credit card charges can be stopped and flagged as fraudulent.
      • Deactivate Bluetooth. This is especially important in crowded areas like shopping malls. Bluetooth makes it easier for anyone within range to hack your phone.
      • Use a reliable antivirus software. A good solution should protect your data while providing a seamless user experience.
      These wise cyber practices will help protect your personal and financial information, as well as help prevent identity theft.

      If you’d like more homeowner information, please contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 11 Feb 2018

    • How to Lower Your Monthly Expenses

      If you’re feeling squeezed by mounting bills every month, you’re not alone. The good news is, by taking a closer look at your monthly budget, you can lower your expenses...without making sacrifices, says the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
       
      Start by taking a hard look at how much you spend each month or year on fixed costs such as your mortgage, entertainment and communications. In many cases, there’s wiggle room where you can reduce costs.
       
      From there, look into reducing your insurance premiums. According to the BBB, insurance companies have many different pricing plans for the same coverage. Consult an insurance agent to see whether you can benefit from any new markdowns, such as a safe driver discount. You can also lower your vehicle, dwelling and umbrella coverage by opting for a higher deductible. Premiums decrease significantly if your deductible is high.
       
      You may also be able to save money on your utility bills by investing in more energy-efficient appliances. Smart thermostats, for example, can reduce electricity consumption by learning your habits and lowering the heat or air conditioning at night or while you’re away from home.

      Next, take a look at your cable television bill. Determine which channels you really need and cut back your package for significant savings. Or, if you’ve migrated to Netflix, Apple TV or other streaming services, perhaps you’re ready to cut the cord on cable altogether.
       
      Also, be sure to analyze your mobile device services. Find out exactly what you’re paying per device and what your data plan is. It may be time to shop around for a new carrier with better rates and family plans.
       
      It’s also important to examine your credit card usage. According to the BBB, while store-branded credit cards typically offer a discount off your purchases for signing up that day, the interest rates are higher than other credit cards, and if you don’t pay off the balance or miss a payment, you can get hit with charges that can outweigh the savings at the time of purchase. Instead, shop around for a card that offers money back on gasoline purchases, cash back on your monthly bill or points that can be redeemed for other products or services.
       
      The BBB also points out that you can reduce expenses by performing seasonal, preventative maintenance on your home, such as changing air and water filters and having your furnace and chimney cleaned and inspected. A home is like a vehicle in the sense that you save money over the long-term if it’s tuned up.
       
      Take the above steps and start putting some of those monthly expenses back into your pocket or savings account.
       
      If you need more real estate information, feel free to contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 11 Feb 2018

    • 5 Ways to Get Ready to Sell Your Home This Spring

      Spring has long been one of the best seasons for selling a home. If you’re ready to put your home on the market, follow these steps to make sure you’re in prime showing shape once spring hits.

      1. Find a real estate agent. Use this time to interview several agents and make the right selection. Choose an agent with excellent local market expertise, technology savvy, and negotiating skills. The relationship you have with your agent is important, so be sure to select someone you connect with and communicate well with.
      2. Make necessary repairs. If your agent advises that certain repairs be done prior to listing your home, use the remaining weeks of winter to get them done, as they will likely affect the price at which you can list your home.
      3. Have a painting party. There’s likely more than one room in your home that will need to be painted before it hits the market. Stick to neutral colors and spend the next few weekends accomplishing the task.
      4. Pack up. Now is the perfect time to start packing up unnecessary items. Not only will this give you a head start on your eventual move, it will declutter your home for optimal showing purposes.
      5. Plan a photo shoot. Once the essential cosmetic changes have been made, talk to your agent about the best time to photograph and film your house. Make sure your surrounding property is camera-ready, too, and if snow is masking some of your yard’s best features, gather photos of your garden in full bloom and your pool or patio under the bright summer sun so that your agent can add them to the listing. 
      Your agent will have other directives based on the specifics of your home and its location. Be sure to heed their advice as they know what it takes to get a home sold.
       
      If you need more real estate information, feel free to contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 11 Feb 2018

    • Home Equity Levels Out. What Does It Mean?

      Home equity levels have been steadily returning since the recession years, however, the latest findings from ATTOM Data Solutions show that while equity is still on the positive side, the most recent gains are not quite as strong. Here are the latest stats:

      • 9.3 percent of all U.S. properties with a mortgage were seriously underwater at the end of 2017, down from 9.6 percent a year ago. However, this was the smallest year-over-year decrease in share of seriously underwater properties since ATTOM began tracking this data at the beginning of 2012.
      • 25.4 percent of all U.S. properties with a mortgage were equity rich at the end of 2017, up from 24.6 percent a year ago. This was the smallest year-over-year increase in share of equity rich properties since the third quarter of 2015.
      • The share of homeowners with at least 20 percent equity dropped 1.1 percentage points from a year ago, while the share of homeowners with between 10 percent equity and 10 percent negative equity increased 1.1 percentage points from a year ago. According to ATTOM, this indicates that homeowners are increasingly leveraging their equity to sell and move up into another home or by refinancing. 
      If you’re considering leveraging the equity in your home to move-up, talk to a real estate agent about:

      - What repairs/modifications should be done to your home to gain the maximum sales price
      - The best plan for marketing your home, including listing portals, social media and open houses
      - The best time to put your home on the market
      - A realistic price range you should consider moving up to and the best locations within that price range 

      If you’d like more homeowner information, please contact me.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.


      Sun, 11 Feb 2018