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CES 2017: Top 5 Smart Home Products
CES 2017: Top 5 Smart Home Products
I just returned home from my third year at the Consumer Electronics Show with Coldwell Banker Real Estate, the official sponsors of the Smart Home Marketplace. As usual, in reaction to CES, all I have to say is whoa (which, not surprisingly, was the theme of this year’s show). As I walked the show floor looking to discover the hottest new
The 2017 Smart Home Marketplace Survey: Americans Are Ready for Voice Control
The 2017 Smart Home Marketplace Survey: Americans Are Ready for Voice Control
Admit it – we all talk to ourselves a bit at home, and before you know it your home and its devices may be equipped to talk back to you! Coldwell Banker teamed up with Vivint Smart Home to see what smart home trends were at the precipice of dominating in 2017. The joint survey
Tune in Live to the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show
Tune in Live to the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show
Live from Las Vegas, it’s CES! Every January all eyes turn to Las Vegas to see just how much closer we’re getting to a “Jetsons” reality. From Oculus Rift virtual reality to LG’s rollable TV displays, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) launches super cool gadgets that attract more than 165,000 attendees from around the globe eager to see
The Smart Revolution Hits Home
The Smart Revolution Hits Home

Home automation has been around for decades as a pricey option in ultra-high-end properties. But innovations in both wireless protocols and networking that allow multiple devices to connect and interact have completely rewired technology for the home. The last 18 months have been especially pivotal, with the number of devices and apps almost exploding, and consumer acceptance reaching critical mass.

Introducing the First-Ever Smart Home Staging Kit
Introducing the First-Ever Smart Home Staging Kit
Recently, Coldwell Banker unveiled the results of a survey it conducted with Parks Associates which found that 44 percent of people who want a move-in ready home said smart home technology should already be installed. Another 57 percent would consider an older home “updated” if it had smart home technology. These results were eye-opening: buyers are beginning