There are few moments in life as exciting—and as hectic—as moving into a new home. Exciting because it’s a new chapter in your family’s life; hectic because you have to cart most of your belongings from your old place to your new one.
Between the hustle and bustle of moving, it’s surprising, then, why many newly relocated families often forget about a small but crucial detail about their home: the door locks.
New owners, same locks
In most cases, the keys your broker hands to you are the same ones used by the home’s previous occupants. Hypothetically speaking, as long as the former owner has a spare set of keys, he or she can still enter your home. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2veCtST