Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) March 27, 2007
According to a new report released March 9 by a national law enforcement association, murders, aggravated assaults and robberies grew at a double digit pace from 2004 to 2006. During this time, Nevada company, Easy-home-businesses.com, noted heightened sales of its home security how-to guide, "Easy Money."
"It's sad to have sales because of a crime wave," notes Siriol Jameson, director of Easy-home-businesses.com and author of 'Easy Money.' "And yet, there is no better time than now to start a business in home security. People are scared. They feel unsafe in their own home."
According to Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum which released the crime report, "There are pockets of crime in this country that are astounding." Mid-sized cities like Memphis, Sacramento, Dorchester, Orlando, Fort Wayne, St. Louis, and Rochester are especially targeted.
"Running a home security business," adds Siriol Jameson, "does not necessarily require technical skill. In fact, providing landscaping services, consulting with store owners, telephone answering and child safety are the norm. Electric wiring and construction can be outsourced to licensed contractors."
Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Easy-home-businesses.com features its home security how-to guide, "Easy Money." It contains step-by-step plans for starting over 20 home businesses in home security, personal, commercial, and school security. Find out more at http://www.easy-home-businesses.com. A free newsletter with must-have money making tips is also available.
Siriol Jameson, Director, Easy-home-businesses.com