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Insider Tips for Healthy, Wealthy and Happy Living

  • Never Carry These Things In Your Wallet Or Purse...
  • Bunks, Chicken and I are STILL HERE!!!
  • Has anyone seen "summer"?
  • 3 Tips For Using LinkedIn Effectively For Your Business...
  • Fun Facts and Laughs: Gaming Websites For Kids,
    Free Wi-Fi Locator, And More...
  • Lots of activity here at Mariana Butte!!!
  • Real Estate Q&A: How Can I Get The Right Home At The
    Right Price With The Right Financing?...
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Dear Friend...

Is your wallet or purse stuffed with credit cards, ID cards with your social security number, or a list of some of your online passwords? In this month's Service For Life!® Free consumer newsletter, you'll learn why you should remove five sensitive items to limit your risk of identity theft if your wallet (or purse) is lost or stolen.

You'll also learn three ways to proactively use LinkedIn for your fun facts, Mariana Butte update and lots more.

Nancy Baxter

Nancy Baxter, REALTOR®

Today's Brain Teaser . . .
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5 Things To Never Carry In
Your Wallet (or Purse)

Do you even know all the things that are in your wallet or purse right now? Here are five items to look for and remove to limit your risk of identity theft if your wallet is lost or stolen:
  • Multiple credit cards. Carry just one card or possibly a debit card. Don't carry specific credit cards (like a department store) or gift cards unless you're going on a shopping trip. Thieves often use them without having to show identification.
    Good idea: Do a wallet inventory and photocopy all the cards you own so you can report their loss and replace them if necessary.

  • Your social security number. With this most important key to your identity and your name, thieves can do everything from opening new accounts to filing false tax returns.
    Good idea: Memorize your number. If you have a Medicare card, copy your card and black out the numbers except for the final four.

  • Your passport. If you're going overseas you must travel with it, but that doesn't mean you have to keep carrying it around.
    Good idea: Carry a photocopy and leave the original in your hotel lockbox.

  • Checks. Your checks show your bank routing and account numbers, and thieves often sign them and get away with it.
    Good idea: If you must carry checks, take just what you might need for that day. Also try online banking to pay your bills.

  • Password list. No one can remember all of them, I know.
    Good idea: Use an encrypted tool to store your password like the SplashID mobile app or for your computer.
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May 1, 2013  (3rd week in a row!)
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Colorado sunshine the next day!

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Deer Meadow Ridge resident, Eva Knight, tries out her new walking stiks!

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Elk at the Overlook!
Tap Into 200 Million LinkedIn
Users To Grow Your Business

Are you on This popular social network for professionals has over 200 million registered users in all business categories. Here are three ways to proactively expand your professional network and make your business more successful.
  1. Get your company seen by LinkedIn members. Have a profile for both yourself and your business. To be high on the list of profiles that appears when someone searches for your business, use keywords in your profile multiple times. If you own an architectural firm, for example, repeat words such as "architecture," "architecture design" or "building architecture." (Two or three terms with the key phrase is enough.) If you do this correctly, your LinkedIn profile will also come up high in a Google search.

  2. Connect with prospects by using Advanced People Search. Choose an industry (e.g. Architecture & planning) where you could find customers who might need your services. The search also will show you people you know who know the people who come up in the results. Use the people you know for recommendations and introductions. Also, ask satisfied LinkedIn members who are customers to write recommendations about your company.

  3. Find your next great employee or vendor. Post a job on LinkedIn (you'll have to pay a fee). Better yet, enter the skills you're looking for in an employee (or the resources you need from a vendor) in Advanced People Search. Contact the people and vendors who come up and see if they're interested in working for you.
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Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!
Thank You! Thank You!
Thanks to all of my clients and friends who support my practice and graciously referred me to your friends and neighbors! Rather than pester people with unwanted calls and visits, I build my business based on the positive comments and referrals from people just like you. I couldn't do it without you!

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We're off and running at Buckingham Shores!

3 of 8 homes are under contract!!


Can't beat the views!!!

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Yellow Machines!!!


Curb & Gutter!

John has started custom home at Devil's Backbone:

Rupp foundation(this one will be fun to watch grow!!!)
Fun Facts and Laughs

Gaming Websites For Kids

Here are three online sites you can try for free before you buy: -- from National Geographic for ages 8+. -- a Disney product rated E for Everyone. -- educational games for kids in primary school.

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Free Wi-Fi Locator

Looking for free Wi-Fi spots when you travel? Find locations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and other parts of the world at

The lists include restaurants, hotels, and libraries – categorized by country, state, and province (where applicable).

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Have A Laugh — "That's A Good Question..."

• Why is it that when you transport something by car, it's called a shipment, but when you transport something by ship, it's called cargo?

• Why are there flotation devices under plane seats and not parachutes?

• Why don't psychics ever win the lottery?

• If Walmart lowers prices every day, why isn't anything free yet?

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Do You Have A Real Estate Or Home-
Ownership Question You Want Answered?
Maybe you want to know how much your home is worth. Or maybe you just need a recommendation for a handyman, carpet cleaner or plumber…

Either way, I love hearing from all of my good friends and clients. And I'm always looking to answer pressing questions you might have about anything relating to real estate or home-ownership. If you have a question, tip or idea, please feel free to email me by clicking here, or call me at: 970-231-7700. I'm here to help!

New Listings at Mariana Butte!
In addition to our projects at Deer Meadow Ridge and Buckingham Shores, Connie and I have a number of new listings.  To mention a few:

437 clubhouse
  437 Clubhouse Court
This one won't last at $329,650

1 - 4651 Foothills Dr Loveland
4651 Foothills Drive

3-car garage, hickory floors, cherry cabinets and more!!!

Take a Virtual Tour


Final Two Homes left at Deer Meadow Ridge!!

1 - 5223 Deer Meadow Ct
Views Galore!!!

5223 Deer Meadow Ct.


Virtual Tour

We've gained two new residents since my last newsletter!!!

                Jim & Connie Reed relocated from New York State in February

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Dennis & Joyce Kinde just moving today from Louisville, CO
More Loveland Listings!!!

4260 cr 23-8

4260 S. County Rd. 23.....5 acres, 1200sf "first class" shop!
Offered at $850K

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On Lake Loveland!!!

Coveted lakes rights included!

Brain Teaser Answer:
Six of one, a half dozen of another
Thanks For Thinking of Me!

Did you know I can help you or any of your friends or family save time and money when buying or selling a home? Thanks for keeping me in mind with your referrals...and spreading the word about my services.
Real Estate Q & A . . .
Q.  Are there any secrets to finding the right home at the right price with the right financing?

A.  Lots of homebuyers waste time and money by not doing their homework before going home shopping. Here's what you should do:
  • Analyze your NEEDS before you start looking. Make a list, including price range, size, general location, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, etc.

  • Know what you WANT in your next home. List the features you'd like to have and rank them in terms of importance. If you have a spouse, set your priorities as a couple.

  • Understand how much home you can afford. Become familiar with your "payment-to-income ratio" and your "debt-to-income ratio," two guides bankers and mortgage lenders use to determine how much loan you can afford.

Do you have a question you want answered related to real estate or home ownership? Feel free to call me at 970-231-7700 or email me by clicking here. Perhaps I'll feature your question in my next issue!
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