Halloween is here and Houston homeowners are preparing their properties to spook trick-or-treaters and hand out candy. However, before youngsters start going door-to-door, households should ensure their homes are safe for visitors.Providing a safe path from the street to the front door is important and should be properly illuminated, even if you want to create an eerie atmosphere. This can allow trick-or-treaters to see where they are going and prevent any trips and falls.For a quick fix, homeowners can install temporary lights that run off of solar power. These lights are easy to install, since they don't require any major rewiring that can be both expensive and time consuming.Meanwhile, front walks should also be cleared of debris and any wobbly stones should be secured. While a homeowner might know where not to step on their path, visitors may not be aware, which could result in a misstep and injury.??Illuminated jack-o-lanterns can instantly whip a Houston home into the Halloween spirit, but this may be a fire hazard. Instead, homeowners should eliminate their potential hazard and use faux candles powered by LED bulbs.? Real Estate News brought to you by 2M Realty, a true expert in the online real estate market.