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November 2007

Internet Tips & Tricks

October 2007 Stealthlink Updates

·  Make Your Email Anonymous!

·  Real Estate Blog Site Of The Month

·  Voice Mail Super Tricks

·  Get Rid Of The Computer Junk!

· Read Your Cars Mind!

·  Check Reviews Before You Buy – Visually

·  Use This Gem to Save Your Tail!

·  Microsoft’s Top Secret Project

August 2007 Stealthlink Updates

·  Sound Like IBM!

· find local events fast!

· set up a pipeline to any computer!

· the computer of the future!

· check your privacy on the web!

· a butler to read you the news!

· family tree geni

· never forget a thing!

Historic Homes pros and cons

Nearly 29,000 of the approximate 82,000 properties are residential homes on the Register of HIstoric Places. Old does not necessarily mean "historic" to view a complete criteria go to

Many people are looking to buy within historic districts and gain access to federal tax easements that can be applied to their homes.

One way owners can obtain such easments they can donate the facade of a building (by title only) the building stays in tact, to an approved IRS "qaulified organiztion" which adds that portion to thier collection. The home owner then gets a tax credit for the appraised value of the donated portion of the structure.

For more information on this and other programs here are some websites you can go to:

National Park Service guideliens and standards

National Register Owner Information

National Register of Historic Places

Federal Tax Easement Regulations

State Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit