No doubt about it, selling or buying a home is stressful. For sellers, the inconvenience of having to always keep the house clean all the time, especially if you have children or pets, so it can shown in a moment’s notice is a monumental task. Add that to worries about whether the appraisal will match the asking price, if you will get any offers, and if the house will pass inspection and it’s enough to make you want to just live in a nice, cozy cave.
For buyers, the stress comes from the drudgery of looking at home after home, trying to determine if it’s the right neighborhood, if your furniture will fit in the rooms, and wondering if the home is over-priced. But in the end, owning a piece of the American Dream is worth it for tens of millions of households. The sense of stability and ability to put your “stamp” on an abode with your own décor are immeasurable.
Are you in the market to sell your home for the highest price possible or have a remodeling project that you want to add value to your home in the future?
Well, smart technology is now becoming just as important as those granite countertops and hardwood floors to maximizing the price of your home.
From lighting and shade control to security systems to HVAC and home automation, some technologies have greater value than others, while some technologies have a greater perceived value than they can really bring. This comprehensive free guide cites real research to describe the best technologies to have in a home to help make it sell faster and for a higher price.
The guide outlines the specific smart technology solutions Baby Boomers, GenXers or Millennials are looking for when they plan to sell (or buy) a home, and exactly how to find and hire a professional to install the technology. The guide not only presents the evidence regarding the effects of technology features on home sales/purchases, but also details the most popular technologies to put in a home on the market. Lastly, it offers advice on specifically how to showcase the technology in a home for prospective buyers.