SNOWBIRDS and Seasonal Residents of Florida

List of suggested things to do to protect your home, your possessions and your personal identification & security if you are a seasonal resident or snowbird in South Florida.  Also included are thins to make your life and transition from one home to another easier and less stressful.

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1. Either cancel or put on temporary suspension:

  • Newspapers and Magazines
  • Cable, DirecTV and the like – or reduce to basic and save $$
  • Call forward house number to your cell phone so you actually answer calls
  • Forward your mail or if you only get junk, have someone pick up or toss for you
  • If you’re gone more than 6 months, you can re-do your mail forwarding as if new.
  • Your personal trainer, your house cleaner, regular scheduled classes and activities
  • Your regular manicure or pet grooming appointment

 2. Storms happen any time and summer storms can be vicious, plus homes can be burglarized anytime, anywhere.  No security system is foolproof:

  • Take photos or video of each room including ceilings and closets. Move your
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