button offcanva subscribe

Contact Us

Don’t hesitate to let us know how we can help you. We are here to answer any questions you might have or assist you with a project.

Subscribe

Join our mailing list and stay up to date on the latest smart technology news and events.

Newsletter Capture
Email*
First Name*
Last Name*
Company*
Title / Position*
Market*
Receive Newsletter*

Call Today 303-484-8237   |   8204 Park Meadows Dr, Suite A, Lone Tree, CO 80124   |  Voted Best AV Company in Colorado 2016 - 2019

                                         

Taking the Real Estate Market by Storm

Taking the Real Estate Market by Storm
Are you part of the 25 percent of people who own some kind of smart home product? If not, you’ve probably at least heard about smart home technology like Amazon’s Alexa, if not seen its latest Super Bowl commercial. What you might not have heard is that this smart home technology is completely changing the real estate industry. In fact, artificial intelligence (like Alexa) and other smart home technology can actually increase the resale value of most homes – which is unsurprising considering that more and more Millennials are buying homes and interested in smart, connected devices.
Alexa, if not seen its latest SuperBowl commercial.25 percent of people who own some kind of smart home product? If not, you’veprobably at least heard about smart home technology like Amazon’s Alexa, if not seen its latest SuperBowl commercial.What you might not have heard is that this smart home technology iscompletely changing the realestate industry
In fact, artificial intelligence (like Alexa) and other smart home technology can actuallyincrease the resale value of most homes–which is unsurprising considering that more and moreMillennials are buying homes and interested in smart, connected devices.This trend makes sense, as smart home technology can increase energy efficiency, saving homeownersmoney on utility bills, while also providing eco-friendly appeal. Combine money-saving with the addedconvenience of controlling your thermostat and connecting all of your media, to the safety and securityof keyless entry, video doorbells and 24/7 monitoring, and it’s no wonder why so manyhomeowners areinvestingin this tech and making the switch to a smarter home.In their2017 Houzz and Homerenovation overview, Houzz also reported an increase in the desire forsmart technology integration amongst home buyers, especially those buying for the first time. This camealong with an increase in͞green͟energy trends, as well as improving the functionality of a home andalleviating health concerns, which can also all be addressed with the rightsmart tech.Controlling every aspect of a home is socrucial to some home buyersthat integrating these systems notonly increases the overall market value of your home by up to 3-7 percent, but also speeds up the timeit takes to sell it. Need help deciding which tech to implementbefore you sell?ALot Livingsays͞the[automation systems] that can add the most value include whole house lighting control, automateddoor locks, temperature control that works from a phone, and security cameras,as well as home alarmsystems.͟Inaculture of busy, constantly-connected people, more and more home buyers are prioritizing theconnectivity and convenience offered by home automation, artificial intelligence and other smarttechnology systems. So whether you’re looking to buy your first home or sellthe one you already have,consider the many benefits of a fully-automated home? If not, you’veprobably at least heard about smart home technology like Amazon’s Alexa, if not seen its latest SuperBowl commercial.What you might not have heard is that this smart home technology iscompletely changing the realestate industry. In fact, artificial intelligence (like Alexa) and other smart home technology can actuallyincrease the resale value of most homes–which is unsurprising considering that more and moreMillennials are buying homes and interested in smart, connected devices.This trend makes sense, as smart home technology can increase energy efficiency, saving homeownersmoney on utility bills, while also providing eco-friendly appeal. Combine money-saving with the addedconvenience of controlling your thermostat and connecting all of your media, to the safety and securityof keyless entry, video doorbells and 24/7 monitoring, and it’s no wonder why so manyhomeowners areinvestingin this tech and making the switch to a smarter home.In their2017 Houzz and Homerenovation overview, Houzz also reported an increase in the desire forsmart technology integration amongst home buyers, especially those buying for the first time. This camealong with an increase in͞green͟energy trends, as well as improving the functionality of a home andalleviating health concerns, which can also all be addressed with the rightsmart tech.Controlling every aspect of a home is socrucial to some home buyersthat integrating these systems notonly increases the overall market value of your home by up to 3-7 percent, but also speeds up the timeit takes to sell it. Need help deciding which tech to implementbefore you sell?ALot Livingsays͞the[automation systems] that can add the most value include whole house lighting control, automateddoor locks, temperature control that works from a phone, and security cameras,as well as home alarmsystems.͟Inaculture of busy, constantly-connected people, more and more home buyers are prioritizing theconnectivity and convenience offered by home automation, artificial intelligence and other smarttechnology systems. So whether you’re looking to buy your first home or sellthe one you already have,consider the many benefits of a fully-automated home.
This trend makes sense, as smart home technology can increase energy efficiency, saving homeowners money on utility bills, while also providing eco-friendly appeal. Combine money-saving with the added convenience of controlling your thermostat and connecting all of your media, to the safety and security of keyless entry, video doorbells and 24/7 monitoring, and it’s no wonder why so many homeowners are investing in this tech and making the switch to a smarter home.