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Asked by Mary Sonatore, Trumbull, CT Thu Jun 12, 2008

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Alayna Berek, Agent, Exeter, RI
Fri Jun 13, 2008
I would definitely let the neighbors know, if they are trustworthy. Also, consider lowering the rent slightly if possible to find a tenant quickly. Don't forget your insurance will need to be changed if you no longer occupy the property.
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Cameron Piper, Agent, Forest Lake, MN
Thu Jun 12, 2008
Mary,

I would let the local police know that the house will be vacant and ask them to keep an eye on it. You could also talk to the neighbors and pay them or a family member (if you have any in town) to check in on it once and a while.

A monitored security system while not fail proof is going to be your best bet. I hope that helps.

Cameron Piper
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