Warning Signs - Protect the Title to Your Home

Reblogger Fred Griffin Tallahassee Real Estate
Real Estate Broker/Owner with Fred Griffin Real Estate Florida Broker BK436788
Original content by Nestor Gasset BK679997

How safe is the public record of your Wellington FL home?

 

Along with the rise of technology comes the increase of fraudulent online activities involving public records. One of the easiest targets is your biggest investment - your home.

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Since your property records are available online, it is very easy for real estate crimes to be committed. Thievery can come in different forms, and the perpetrators have mastered their craft with the help of technology.

 

The best way to avoid becoming a victim is to be diligent in protecting your online records and to always be aware of what is happening.

 

This is admittedly a challenge because life can get really busy.

 

Secure your biggest investment

 

To help better protect your real estate records like the title of your Wellington real estate property from being stolen, here are some of the warnings signs you should look out for.

 

1. Take note of changes.

 

If you start receiving mail in your inbox under a different name, that's a sign that someone could be tampering with your records.

 

Another sign to look out for is when your bills are not being delivered to the right address. It could be that your mail is being redirected to another address.

 

2. When your home is receiving a lot of interest from real estate agents or prospective tenants.

 

Do people come to your home thinking it is the one they saw for foreclosure or for sale? Is your instinct telling you something? If you think something is wrong, don't hesitate to go online and visit the site of the property appraiser to check.

 

Even if you don't find anything wrong, you'll at least feel better that your property records are still the same.

 

As a precautionary measure, you should be constantly checking your online records.

 

3. When your vacation home or second home is located in another city or state.

 

Vacation homes and second homes are among the usual target of real estate crime.

 

To keep your property safe, hire a reputable property manager who'll constantly check and report on your property.

 

Have all mail related to the property be directed to you. Make sure that mail does not contain any of your personal information.

 

You don't even need to see a warning sign. As soon as you're finished reading this post, go check your records online.

 

The takeaway is that you need to be always on the alert. Even a small difference can turn into a big problem. Catching a minor change can lead to early intervention, avoid financial disaster, and protect your home in Wellington FL.

 

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