Millennials make up the largest group of buyers in the current real estate market.
This generation was raised on technology. These buyers not only like to use a real estate technology platform like Reozom to search for property listings, they also have their eyes peeled for the “tech-ed out” homes on the market.
Here are three smart home technologies that will impress any Millennial who’s shopping for their new home.
A Smart Thermostat
Millennials are not only tech-savvy, they also love “going green.” Nest is a smart thermostat that can be controlled from a smartphone. It is programmed to learn a homeowner’s daily routine and adjusts the home’s temperature accordingly.
It has sensors that keep track of when a home is empty and will use less energy while no one is there. Plus, Nest can save a homeowner up to 20% in their heating and cooling bills.
A smart lighting system like the Philips Hue white and color ambiance starter kit not only allows you to turn lights on and off from your smartphone, but also saves on the electric bill.
Not to mention, it’s great for creating a relaxing ambience or setting a fun vibe while entertaining.
Millennials want as little as possible to keep track of, including keys. The Kevo Smart Lock is a keyless system that allows a user’s smartphone to unlock the door to your home. This product will also impress the 48% of homebuyers who are interested in smart technology that’s related to security and safety.
Smart locks make it easier for you to grant a buyer’s agent access to your home after they schedule a showing with you directly on Reozom.
Implementing one or all of these smart technologies in your home could help with getting the Millennials to line up for your listing.