As a real estate professional, I know that computers are an important tool on both sides of the deal. They simplify the process of finding or selling a home for both agent and client. The program Coldwell Banker supports for example, called MyREAlert (call me and I’ll sign you up), sends home buyers information about properties on the market almost as soon as they hit the MLS.
If it wasn’t for computers we wouldn’t have access to the MLS and other programs, where sellers can have their homes beautifully displayed in photography accompanied with loads information buyers need to know, including nearby community information, commute times, and open home dates, and where buyers can easily access this information.
We even have DocuSign that allows clients who are on vacation or who live out of the area to sign contracts from almost anyplace, as long as they can access a computer.
We’re online a lot. All of us. Not just real estate professionals and their clients. That’s why I thought I’d pass this information along concerning Ransomware.
Ransomware, to quote Susan Bradley, is “a computer user’s worst nightmare. You boot your PC, and a big warning box pops up on your screen. No, it’s not a Windows error; the message states that all your files have been encrypted and you’ll have to pay a ransom to get the key.”
Since we use our computers so much, it’s important to keep them safe. Follow this link to get some tips about how to protect your computer from Ransom Ware.
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