Agents Are Seeing MORE Smart Home Features in Listings!

Dated: December 2 2019

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Nearly 60 percent of the real estate agents polled said they are seeing more smart home features in listing descriptions than they did two to five years ago. The relevance of the smart home will also apparent in 2020. 



With the temperature here in Las Vegas starting to go low (maybe some snow?) lets talk about smart ways to keep your home comforable.

Smart Temperature

1. Nest Learning Thermostat – Tell a buyer that the home has a Nest thermostat and their ears will perk-up.

The Nest Learning Thermostat absorbs its owner’s daily routine and adjusts the temperature accordingly. The Nest thermostat can be controlled through a phone, its built-in sensors detect an empty home allowing Nest to set itself to an energy-efficient temperature. Oh, and it also saves customers about 10 – 12 percent on heating bills and 15 percent on cooling bills per year — a huge win.

2. Honeywell Lyric ThermostatHoneywell is known for temperature control and their new smart thermostat, the Lyric, is a solid entry into the smart home market.

The most talked about advantages of Lyric are its geofencing feature and humidity sensor for more accurate comfort, control and savings. All of these qualities are definitely pluses for families.



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Kenneth Manesse

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