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How Good is Home Security System without Security Cameras
By Marian Rozwenc, PhD
A security system is a proven deterrent to intruders. security is an issue that we all need to give some considerable thought. There are plenty of things that can be done to ensure security. The first thing you need to understand is how a burglar thinks. Always remember that light, time and noise are an intruderís worst enemies. Your wonít be considered an easy target if a burglar has no option but to work in a well lit area, if the break in will take a lot of time and if he canít work in peace and quiet. If you make robbing your a noisy job, you can also up your security.
If you install a security system with an alarm, mounted exterior lights and door and window detectors and maybe even security cameras, that will all help to dissuade an intruder.
If your has no security system, it is approximately three times more likely to be broken into than a that does. security system can include anything you need from perimeter sensors on the outside doors and windows, timers for interior as well as exterior lights. You can get sirens, strobe lights and other alert mechanisms. security cameras
are good for inside and outside use. Motion detectors in key inside areas can be used and then, finally, a connection to a central monitoring station that will notify the police of a breach in your security.
Reducing the risk of a break in could just come down to making your less inviting to burglars than the other homes in the area. security systems and security cameras are not the only way to guarantee security. First, there are some basic steps that can be taken to safeguard your home. If a burglar is delayed for even a few minutes, he will just give up and try another that is less problematic. There are few things, such as padlocks and deadbolts that are simple ordinary security equipment, that can stop an intruder entering your home. Remember, even the best and most efficient lock wonít stop a burglar if it is placed on a weak door. Key locks are the best type of lock for windows.
A good way to protect your is with security cameras, if your budget can handle it. Security cameras are all different shapes and sizes, but most security cameras are quite small and are easily camouflaged. You will need to determine the number of security cameras that are needed, and in order to do this you will need to do a proper analysis of the areas you want to monitor in order to ensure the proper security. There are many different types of security cameras but what you decide on will determine what kind of security you need. At the end of the day, we all want our homes to be safe.
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Naples and Southwest Florida Real Estate Is Hot!
There has never been a better time to Invest in Naples and Southwest Florida Real Estate!
Collier County is ranked number one, and Lee County ranked number two in the entire State of Florida in Existing home (re-sales) sales ending February 2004. Collier County saw a 28% gain and Lee County had an 18% gain in sales of existing homes from February 2003 to February 2004.
New home sales put Lee County number one in the United States for the 4th quarter in a row and Collier County number five. These figures are based on the number of new home permits issued per thousand people.
We are seeing incredible appreciation figures, and rental rates are at an all time high. If you purchase a home in Southwest Florida, you should realize an unparalleled appreciation, and the figures indicate that, if you choose to rent your property out when you are not here, you should easily find a tenant.
The Median sales price for the same period saw Collier County with a 42% increase ($273,100 to $389,000) and Lee County with a 31% gain ($130,500 to $170,000). Once again, these value increases show that real estate in Southwest Florida out paced most other forms of investment. Collier and Lee County Sales Figures
The Berry Realty Group will update sales figures for Collier and Lee Counties on a weekly basis to make it easy to chart the incredible equity growth figures we are currently experiencing with no end in sight