Smart home technology’s time has come and real estate professionals are well aware of that. Sellers have started to use smart devices as selling points to differentiate their homes from others on the market. These attention-grabbing features can dazzle buyers unacquainted with the technology and reassure the growing number of buyers looking for a connected home.
Homeowners wanting to upgrade with smart home features may want to start with a smart thermostat, which can provide an immediate money-saving impact. It allows homeowners to cut back on heating and cooling bills without sacrificing comfort. With smart thermostats, they can set the house to be much colder during their absences and still return to a toasty living room just by letting the house know they’re on their way home.
A smart lighting system can also be a sound investment. They can be programmed to react to the presence of residents, so they’ll come on and turn off when someone enters or leaves a room. Besides being energy efficient, it’s also pretty impressive when buyers tour your property.