Contactually, which offers a relationship marketing platform popular with real estate professionals, has just added new “team” functionality to its product.
The rise of the mobile device has made it possible to manage many functions of your home 24/7 via special apps. Turn on lights, set your thermostat, monitor security cameras or preheat your oven, all from your smart phone.
HousesforSale.com has had a big impact since launching its proof of concept website earlier this year.
The old adage about having one chance to make a first impression is just as true online as it is in-person.
Homeowners are always looking for a way to increase the value of your home, and security is one of the best ways to make that happen.
Since 2009 over $1 billion has been invested in implementations for blockchain-based applications and this technology is growing rapidly. Some 60% of this funding has occurred since the beginning of 2015.
Wearable technology has been around for a few years now and many people find these devices extremely useful, but the next era will see the introduction of E-skin or electronic skin.
Mynd, the full-service property management company with the industry’s first real-time mobile app, raised $5.1M in a Series A1 financing lead by Jackson Square Ventures with participation from Canaan
According to an article in the Huffington Post.co.uk, the answer to this question is a definite yes and smart home technology does need to be made more secure. It’s easy to see the benefits of smart home technology, especially door locks