2 New Commercial Lock Features That Could Fend Off Employee Theft

10 September 2015
 Categories: , Articles

If you own your own business, you might be devastated to learn that one of your trusted employees has been pilfering your profits. Although it might seem unlikely, employee theft costs United States businesses a staggering 50 billion dollars each year—leaving managers reeling—and that was just the amount in 2000. However, you might be able to avoid problems by asking a commercial locksmith to upgrade your entryway locks. Here are two new commercial lock features that could fend off employee theft: Read More 

Renting An Apartment: Tips For Avoiding Real Estate Scams

4 August 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Articles

If you're about to rent your first apartment, you've probably discovered the rental market can be extremely competitive, making it difficult to find a place that meets your needs and your budget. When looking for listings online, you might find something that seems perfect, but there is a danger in looking into listings that seem too good to be true. Here are a few ways you can recognize a real estate scam before someone takes off with your deposit or your rent money. Read More 

Real Estate Marketing: 5 Tips For Ensuring Your E-Mail Newsletters Don’t Hit The Trash Bin

25 June 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When it comes to promoting your real estate business, you need to understand that there is always room for some type of improvement. One improvement that you should consider is changing the way that e-mails are sent to your subscription list – or at least the text of the newsletters. You need to create newsletters that are substance-rich and engaging rather than something that is used only to sell. Here are five tips to get an e-mail newsletter together that your subscribers will actually want to open: Read More