As people continue to work remotely and practice social distancing, finding new ways to connect with employees and customers is critical. Placer Title Company is working harder than ever to provide the excellent service you’ve always expected from us. Our mission is to meet the needs of our real estate partners, despite the lack of in-person interaction. We aim to be a trusted resource, not only for navigating the title and real estate industry, but for anything related to your real estate business.
In these unprecedented times, Placer Title Company wants to alert our clients to an alarming trend. We're doing everything we can to protect and inform our customers from wire fraud. However, we’re seeing scammers capitalize on COVID-19 to take advantage of many who are feeling more vulnerable than ever. There is an overwhelming amount of coronavirus-related information being distributed daily, which gives scammers the perfect opportunity to exploit public fears about the virus.
Placer Title Company continues to work hard to ensure California real estate transactions are completed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We are doing all we can to ensure customer and employee health and safety during this time, and we thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation. However, there is another danger that is still lurking in the world of real estate – yes, we’re talking about wire fraud.
As one of your options for remote meetings and training, Skype requires similar security considerations as other remote meeting services. Below you will find a list of tips for keeping your Skype account and meeting secure.
As one of your options for remote meetings and training, Zoom requires similar security considerations as the other remote meeting services. Below you will find a list of tips for keeping your Zoom account and meeting secure. You may have heard the term “Zoombombing” in the media lately. This document covers the steps required to mitigate the “Zoombombing” threat. These tips were taken from Kaspersky’s security blog.
In today’s real estate market, writing a property description to stand out is more important than ever. Consider this: A growing number of consumers start their home search online. A 2018 analysis found 44 percent of prospective buyers chose to surf the web as an initial step toward purchasing a property.