How to Spot Imposters Posing as Priviledged Buyers or Tenants

There are plenty of deadbeats out there who will try just about anything to get into the big multi-million houses for showings as well as cons who will attempt to get you to hand over the keys to your condo or duplex.

There are ways to safeguard against them

 

LiarFaking and Entering  is an article we recommend if you are leasing or selling any real estate.

 

It talks about imposters and how they will  attempt to dupe you into a showing or [tag-ice]lease[/tag-ice] signing. 

 

There are plenty of [tag-self]deadbeats[/tag-self] out there who will try just about anything to get into the big multi-million dollar  [tag-tec]houses[/tag-tec] for showings as well as cons who will attempt  to get you to hand over the keys to your condo or duplex.

 

They have no intention of paying rent or the mortgage mainly because they can’t. 

 

It reminds me of a somewhat  amusing problem   one of Nashville’s plushest neighborhoods is grappling with.

 

People will jog up and down the boulevard as it they really belonged there.

 

These non-resident joggers do it with an attitude and sometimes blatantly get out into the street in front of motorists.  They are causing some serious traffic problems.

 

Lisa Keys, authoress of Faking and Entering attributes this type of behavior to the need for pretend wealth.  If you don’t have it, at least suppose that you do.  And just maybe, you can convince others.

 

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