Saturday, February 5, 2011
Identity theft is an increasingly prevalent problem. It can happen to anyone, it can destroy your credit, and it causes a huge disruption to the lives of its victims. Learning how to prevent and detect ID theft -- BEFORE you become a victim -- can save you time, money and aggravation down the line.
On Wed., Feb. 16th, Sgt. Darryl Williams, of the Seattle Police Department, will give a free presentation about how to protect yourself and avoid stolen identity.
Sponsored by Savvy Seattle Women: A Homeowners' Network, the workshop will take place at "The White House", aka Law Offices of Best and de Vrieze, 3909 California Av SW. It is open to the general public for no charge.
The event starts at 6PM with a wine and cheese social, followed by Sgt. Williams presentation from 6:30-7:30.
This gathering is also a business promotion opportunity. Bring your business cards and network with other local business owners before and after the feature presentation.
More info at www.SavvySeattleWomen.com, 206-708-9800, SavvySeattleWomen@comcast.net.
Today's Open House is a 3 bd/1.75 ba daylight Rambler in the desirable Arbor Heights neighborhood of West Seattle. This home is truly move-in-ready, with gleaming oak hardwoods, fresh paint inside and out, a new 20-yr. roof, 5700 sq. ft. lot, fully finished basement, 1-car attached garage PLUS a 2-car detached garage, accessed by the paved alley, and wired for 220 power. Just half a block from Arbor Heights Elementary School, complete with playground.
New to the market as of January 6, the list price is just $344,000. The address is 10253 37th Place SW.
Come by from 1-4 today (Feb. 5) or noon-3 tomorrow (Feb. 6). As usual, I will be giving away coupons for free ice cream from West Seattle's own Husky Deli!
Want to know where to find other Open Houses? Here's a link to a complete list.