Smart Homes of the Future What Should you Expect

If you plan to build a smart home, learn more about the technologies that will define the smart home of the future, their practicality, benefits and more. Smart homes are now a dominant trend in the real estate market.  A recent market report estimated the global smart home market to grow at a CAGR of 21% from 2019-2025.  By

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Smart Home Automation: How Smart Home Fan Works

Smart homes have moved from big-city concept shows to become a reality. More homeowners now prioritize home automation when planning home improvement projects. Homebuyers, on the other hand, look for smart tech features when looking for a place to stay. Smart homes are more energy-efficient and this is something every home buyers look for in

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Smart Homes – Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

The dream of a more modern and futuristic home has probably been around since before recorded history. After all, caves had dirt floors that evolved into wooden floors,

Home Automation The Dawn of a New Age

The phrase home automation has been on the lips of many a tech-savvy person, but what does this new technology mean for the vast majority of homeowners?

Selling Smart Homes? Tips for Realtors for Faster Sales

As more homeowners install smart devices in their homes, from smart thermostats to integrated entertainment systems, the number of smart homes on the market with these features

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.

How Smart Technology Can Help School Kids

With the new school term looming large, an article in the SF Times.com has highlighted how smart technology can help remove part of the stress of this time of year.

Smart Home Brand Hive Data Reveals Barriers to Smart Home Technology Adoption

The leading UK smart home brand, Hive has recently released research in tandem with its new Let’s Get Living campaign. This research reveals barriers faced by North American consumers when it comes to adopting smart home technology.

Remote Control Smart Home Technology Isn’t Sufficient Says New Report

Apparently, for smart home technology to be more widely accepted it needs to provide more benefits than just being connected. Consumers expect to obtain far more value than just gaining remote access to their home as they want usable data that will benefit their lifestyle.

Which Smart Home Devices Save Money and Energy?

Many homeowners in the United States are anxious to do their bit to help reduce their carbon footprint and some smart home devices will help save energy and money.

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