Though there is no crystal ball to see the future of the real estate market in 2019, there are definite trends that are setting the tone for the market in the new year.Mortgage interest rates will
3 Tech Gift Ideas For Homeowners
Looking for Christmas gift ideas for homeowners? These high-demand items are likely to be gone before long. Safety and comfort is the name of the game here with these cool gadgets.
Keep your home comfortable for holiday guests with Carrier’s Côr Wi-Fi programmable thermostat. Carrier offers smart thermostats at various price points for consumers, and the versatile Côr thermostat is compatible with most HVAC system brands.
The device can be remotely controlled via the free mobile app, and you can easily customize settings for times when you’re home, sleeping or away. And, with the touch of a button, you can see exactly when your energy dollars are being spent, so you can modify settings to maximize savings. The Côr works with Alexa and Apple HomeKit.
Depstech Wireless Endoscope – $50
This snake camera is ideal for trying to get an eye on some hard to reach places. Unlike other snake cameras, this one connects with both android and apple devices.
NuTone Knock Smart Doorbell – $170
With the NuTone Knock smart video doorbell, you can see and speak to visitors from your smartphone or tablet, using your home’s WiFi and the free Knock app. So, if you’re not at home, you can let the delivery person know to leave the packages elsewhere. And, for added security, you can take snapshots or record video of suspicious activity.
The Knock works with existing doorbell wiring and is durable enough to withstand dust, water, and extreme temperatures. The 180-degree high-definition camera lens ensures a clear picture, even at night.
Chad grew up in the Phoenix area, and can't imagine living anywhere else. After working in finance for 6 years, he decided to make the move to real estate in late 2004. Real Estate runs in his family,....
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Home values in November were 5.1 percent higher compared with November 2017, according to a report released Wednesday by CoreLogic. But that is down from the 5.4 percent annual gain seen in October
TransUnion predicts that average rates on 30-year mortgages could hit 5 percent by the end of 2019. In some cases, it could make sense to pay your lender a fee in exchange for a lower interest