How to Protect Your Smart Home Tech During the Holiday Season



Smart home tech is likely to be extremely popular this holiday season, but it could also prove fruitful for hackers taking advantage of people who are less than tech-savvy.

Consumers Delaying Their Purchase of Smart Home Devices



According to an article in the Business Insider, people are becoming more cautious about smart home devices, apart from the Internet of Things devices. The reason is because of concerns about security.

Home Automation and Monitoring Are Top Priorities for Luxury Midwest Homebuyers



RE/MAX INTEGRA, Midwest recently released its Luxury Report for this year, giving insight into luxury real estate markets in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Indiana.

Biggest Users of Smart Home Technology Are Older



According to an article in Techdigest.TV a recent poll has revealed that more than a third of adults in the UK aged over 55 have smart technology devices within their home compared to less than a fifth of those aged between 18 and 34.

Is It Worth Investing in Smart Home Technologies?



This is the question posed in an article in Journalnow.com especially as more traditional home improvements such as remodeling kitchens and bathrooms often give good returns when it comes to selling.

Improving Independence for People with Disabilities with Smart Home Technology



An article in Optometry Times highlights how smart home technology can help people who are visually impaired, pointing out that the latest mainstream technology includes accessibility features that are built-in from the start.

Google Set to Add Hands-Free Calling to Google Home Smart Speaker and Home Hub



Google recently announced that it is adding hands-free calling to its Google home hub and Google home smart speaker. Nowadays it is becoming increasingly common for people not to have a landline due to the increasing reliance on

Smart Home Gadgets to Cut Energy Use May Do the Opposite



Many people are interested in purchasing smart home gadgets to help cut the cost of their energy bills. Devices that can be operated from a smart phone to control heating and cooling and lights and smart plugs are now widely available.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Smart Home Devices



Smart home devices include technology that can automate and control security, air-conditioning and heating and ventilation and which can extend to household appliances such as washers and dryers and refrigerators.

Complete Apartment Buildings May Have Smart Home Services



It is continually being confirmed by industry reports that people and particularly Millennials are becoming more interested in living in smart homes and the smart home devices industry is predicted to be worth $53 billion by 2022.

Sign up Now and get our guide on Facebook for Real Estate Professionals for Free

Sign up to the Realty Biz News mailing list to get updates from our site and also get our guide to Facebook marketing for Real Estate professionals for free