You may not want to be the Scrooge telling your home sellers to take down their holiday decorations. But some of their festive decor may be blocking buyers’ perspective of the home when looking online. The holiday season is the perfect time for real estate professionals to experience firsthand the impact of virtual staging tools, […]
These days, the vast majority of real estate professionals have become increasingly digital, keeping all of their contacts, sales leads, listings, files and photos stored safely in their computers. Technology helps real estate agents to boost their business in so many ways, so much so that many really couldn’t do their jobs without it. But […]
Back in 1956, John McCarthy first coined the term Artificial Intelligence. Ever since, the technology has, gradually but surely, been developing and improving.
As smart home technologies begin to take root, we take a look at six trends that are sure to help our homes become even smarter over the next few years.
Consumers are becoming increasingly aware of environmentally friendly practices, and perhaps even more than that, they’re always looking to save a few dollars wherever they can. When it comes to home construction and building management, new technologies are emerging to answer consumer’s demands for greater energy efficiency that leads to environmentally-friendly cost savings that really […]
Thanks to a new solution called PropertyGo it’s no longer necessary to waste time that could be better spent elsewhere on those laborious processes.
New property management solutions for landlords and renters are two a penny, but the launch of TenantCloud means there’s a solution on the market that’s outstanding for both parties.
Leading home warranty review, rating and comparison website, HomeWarrantyReviews.com has announced an all new feature which allows customers to estimate costs involved in maintaining a typical American household.
Public transport is a lifeline for so many people, who use it to get to work or take the kids to and from school.
American home shoppers spend an average of 55 minutes per day viewing listed homes on real estate apps and websites via their smartphones, according to a recent study by Google.