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Monday, October 18, 2010
Be sure you're not sharing too much information with friends, family and others online. There was a big outcry recently when it was revealed that personal data of Facebook users had been posted to a database open to everyone. (See Congress to Crack Down on Facebook.) Facebook users, naturally, were concerned about their privacy. Yet, every day Facebook and other social network users publish personal information that could put them at risk without thinking twice. "An awful lot of people think when they get online and communicate with their friends that they are invincible," says Adam Levin, chairman of Identity Theft 911. A seemingly benign post or piece of information could make you a target of identity thieves and traditional crooks. To protect yourself, here are five things you should avoid posting online. READ MORE.......
Posted by dawnmitchell at 10/18/2010 4:58:00 PM
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Les Christie, Staff writer at CNNMoney.com writes "California housing prices are on the rebound" The national housing market is shrouded in uncertainty. But in California, there are glimmers of stability. For home sellers in other states, what's happening in California is encouraging. Trends often begin on the coast, so they're hoping the recovery will roll eastward.
Posted by John L. Scott Admin at 10/7/2010 10:58:00 PM
Monday, October 4, 2010
Broadview University to Join Boise Community
Posted by Jenna Englund at 10/4/2010 8:34:00 PM
Monday, September 27, 2010
Tour a John L. Scott Home during October Open House month for a chance to WIN a complimentary trip for two to an exclusive, tropical location.
Posted by John L. Scott Admin at 9/27/2010 9:30:00 PM
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Enough with the doom and gloom about homeownership. Sure, maybe there's more pain to come in the housing market. But when Time magazine starts running covers that declare "Owning a home may no longer make economic sense," it's time to say: Enough is enough. This is what "capitulation" looks like. Everyone has given up. After all, at the peak of the bubble five years ago, Time had a different take. "Home Sweet Home," declared its cover then, as it celebrated the boom and asked: "Will your house make you rich?" But it's not enough just to be contrarian. So here are 10 reasons why it's good to buy a home. 1. You can get a good deal. Especially if you play hardball. This is a buyer's market. Most of the other buyers have now vanished, as the tax credits on purchases have just expired. We're four to five years into the biggest housing bust in modern history. And prices have come down a long way? about 30% from their peak, according to Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Index, which tracks home prices in 20 big cit
Posted by dawnmitchell at 9/26/2010 8:49:00 PM
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