Home security plans

Does anyone here offer home security options when selling a home? I think it would be a wise thing to do with bigger homes. I feel it would be an added bonus to add home security, as we all want our homes to be protected, especially our newly purchased houses.

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April 27, 2020 3:58 PM

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I do not. I just sell the homes as they are listed and take my cut. I am not invested in stuff like this, it ends up being more of a headache and hassle in the long run.

April 29, 2020 8:07 PM

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When I buy homes and flip them to sell, I always install security systems.


I will do budget ones that offer by on and offline cameras as well as an alarm system for windows. I find that people are more likely to buy a home they can feel secure in.

May 2, 2020 3:48 PM

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This is not something I ever considered. I am not in the business of selling homes (YET!) so I can't say whether or not I would do this. I guess if I intend on renting out property I would but when it comes to selling, I am almost certain I would leave that up to the person or family who bought the home.

May 3, 2020 9:17 PM

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May 29, 2020 7:09 AM

These thieves are more easily thwarted if you employ some of these simple security precautions:

  • Plan to "burglarize" yourself. You'll discover any weaknesses in your security system that may have previously escaped your notice.

  • Lock up your home, even if you go out only for a short time. Many burglars just walk in through an unlocked door or window.

  • Change all the locks and tumblers when you move into a new house.

  • For the most effective alarm system, conceal all wiring. A professional burglar looks for places where he or she can disconnect the security system.

  • Your house should appear occupied at all times. Use timers to switch lights and radios on and off when you're not at home.


June 11, 2020 2:33 PM