HomeView was highlighted on WSMN's Business Spotlight with George Russell on "Nashua This Morning". During this 15-minute interview, Bob Anthonyson discussed how HomeView not only benefits homeowners as a free, easy-to-use software but also real estate agents and builders.
First time home buyers are at a distinct disadvantage when interacting with people and entities that are involved in real estate transactions as a career. However, being an informed buyer with knowledge of a home's specifics can go a long way in improving your position.
Studies show that seniors experience significant benefits to their health and well-being by staying in their own homes as long as they can do so safely. HomeView is a technology that can assist the process of "aging in place" by easing the burden of home ownership.
It is not surprising that property insurance claims are increasing significantly. You can't turn on the television or go online without seeing the devastating effects of Mother Nature. For homeowners who have sustained property damage, experts advise of three easy steps to take. HomeView can help homeowners proactively take these steps today.
It seems a day doesn’t go by without the news reporting on the latest devastating fires, floods, tornados or hurricanes and the problems encountered in the aftermath. Each natural disaster story demonstrates the benefits of being prepared. We at HomeView believe that homeowners should have available technology that makes it easier for them to manage and care for their largest asset, which is also the place where they spend more time than anywhere else.
HomeView compared the estimated market value for a sampling of homes in a suburb of Boston to the actual sales price obtained. The town's assessed value for the property, the estimated market value per Trulia and Zillow, and the original list price if the home came on the market were collected. Who do you think came closest? The answer might surprise you.
It is customary for real estate agents to give their clients a closing gift after the real estate transaction has been successfully completed. The more the gift relates to your real estate expertise, the better. After all, clients hired you initially and will hire you again, based on your real estate knowledge and advice.
The devastation from Hurricane Sandy and the problems encountered in its aftermath certainly demonstrated the benefits of being prepared. We at HomeView believe that homeowners should have available technology that makes it easier for them to manage and care for their largest asset and the place where they spend more time than anywhere else.
In today's changing environment, there are two consistent themes that relate to home ownership: energy and technology. HomeView has been designed to improve the overall home management experience by capturing energy saving features and smart product information.
HomeView was recently featured in Inman's Daily Real Estate Tech Review. This review provided insight into HomeView's value to homeowners and agents as a photo-based home management app allowing users to easily access and edit home information.
HomeView is a free, easy-to-use technology that allows builders and renovators to easily save all of the information about the home in a secure, cloud-based solution that can be completely transferred to the homeowner.
Most homeowners, at some point, have probably felt overwhelmed with the accumulation of household stuff and don't know where or how to begin the task of getting things in order. Home management technology is a great tool to take stock of what you have and help get your home on track and organized.
HomeView announced that it will be exhibiting at the Suburban Boston Spring Home Show, April 1-3, 2016 at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, in Lowell, Massachusetts. HomeView is a free solution that provides ease of ownership, peace of mind and the ability to enhance a home’s value by maintaining complete home information.
Today's home inventory system is no longer just an electronic version of a manila folder, but rather a home management system that is capable of so much more. It allows the homeowner to securely capture complete home information, organize it in a way that fits their needs and be instantly connected to it with access on any device, anywhere.
Just because state regulations may not require the seller to disclose much about the property, the buyer can and absolutely should demand, as a condition to completion of the sale, that the seller provides all the information they have at their disposal regarding the history of the property and its components.
HomeView is a new technology available that can improve the home renovation process. With HomeView, homeowners are able to document costs, schedules, plans, permits, material information and any other details pertaining to the renovation project.
Any homeowner could certainly attest to the wisdom of the adage, Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong, often at the most inopportune times. HomeView is a system that preserves complete home information, informing you of warranty expirations and maintenance reminders that will help maintain your home and avoid problems down the road.
In the last decade, online websites have made it convenient and sometimes quite profitable for homeowners to earn extra income by renting out spare rooms, homes, second homes and sometimes just sections of their yards to travelers. HomeView is a new technology for vacation rental landlords who are looking to reduce the extra burden and limit financial risk.
The smart consumer invests lots of time and energy in researching a product or service before making a purchase. The larger the price tag or the importance that purchase has to our safety, security and well-being, all the more reason to thoroughly get as much information as possible prior to making a purchase commitment. Home buyers must demand from the seller full transparency regarding all of the information about the components within a property prior to the close.
You can imagine the saying “Would you buy a used car from this man?” derived from the fact that if you are buying a used vehicle, no matter how much effort you put into “kicking the tires” there is always an unknown factor. You must take into account the integrity of the person that is selling the car before you make your final decision.
The same holds true and can apply to used (existing) homes. Having important information about the home already recorded in a system before it is placed on the market, helps eliminate unknowns and provides home buyers with unparalleled insight into all aspects of the property.
Most of us spend more time in our homes than anywhere else. It is also estimated that, depending on our age group, our homes represent between 30% and 40% of our net worth. In fact, many of us view our homes as a sizable portion of our retirement nest egg. But, why do many of us know more about our cars than we do our homes?
HomeView, a free home ownership solution, today announced it is now available on the iTunes App Store. HomeView provides ease of ownership, peace of mind, and the ability to enhance a home's value by maintaining complete home information. With HomeView, homeowners are able to create a virtual home manual that keeps track of personal assets over time and manages user manuals, warranty periods, service records, maintenance reminders and other projects.
11 companies are on board for StartUp Alley at ICNY…here are a few I'm particularly excited about seeing. I'm confident that this year's ICNY is going to include as broad an array of new ideas and compelling software as years' past.