The GOLD SHIELD AGENCY
Protect the future by knowing the past!
My goal is to provide the most detailed and comprehensive screening service for property or managers, real estate agents, community association managers, home owners and vacation property managers who demand the best.
Screening is the first line of defense to avoid a bad renter.
What makes the Gold Shield Agency better than the rest?
The answer: Gold Shield gives clients with peace of mind knowing they have trustworthy tenants renting their valuable property. We utilize databases that are Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) compliant, thus the searches are accurate and completely up-to-date. I take my clients' good name seriously, and I'm dedicated to providing the very best service in a timely manner at a resonable cost.
The Gold Shield Eagle
An American Company protecting Amercians!
"Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it is learning how to dance in the rain" Unknown
"Real joy comes not from ease of riches or from the praise of men, but from doing something worthwhile."
Winfred T. Grenfell
Sandy is now a contributor for Rental Housing, a East Bay Rental Housing Assoication publication.
Read our informative blogs on:
** The Buildium web site;
** Rental Housing, East Bay Housing Asso.
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Safety Tips & Reminders
In Case of Emergency.
First responders are trained to look for an ICE number in your cell phone contact list. In the event you can't communicate, this is the person you want notified. Be sure to put the relationship. For examply ICE: Mary Smith (123)123-1233 (sister)
To prevent auto burglaries pratice a little T. L. C
T=Take valuables out of your car or place them where they can't be seen such as cell phones, iPods, tablets, ets.
L= Lock your car, check to make sure your remote system is working properly.
C=Close windows, even a small opening can make it easier for a burglar to get in to your car.
Natural disasters happen. Make sure the batteries in flash lights and your weather ban radio (for home and office) are fresh, update non-parishable food and water, review your procedures with your staff, and double check your insurance police-do you have enough coverage? In a natural disaster, time is of the essence-so make the most of it by preparing now.
If you receive a call from any company asking for verification of your banking or other personal information to "update their records". Decline the call. Call back the number on caller ID. You may be suprised.
Arrange a safety meeting with all agents. Invite a self defense expert to demonstrate some self defense tips, including use of pepper spray. A distracted person is a easy victim
Replace batteries in your smoke detectors AND carbon monoxide detectors; a orderless colorless killer. Clean out heater filters and make sure the fire place is well vented. Debris collected over the summer can ignite when the heat is turned on.