HomeZada Tip: Zada Listing

HomeZada users now have some new functionality that they can use when they are ready to sell their homes.  As our users track the details about their home, especially the physical structure or fixed assets of the home in the home inventory functionality, they can then use this information to market their home.  The rich data that a HomeZada user has collected to understand their home is the same detailed information to present to buyers when they are searching for homes.  This is a great way to engage buyers and showcase your home, almost like your online open house. Read More


Guide to Buying a New Home for Single Women

New Home for Single WomenA woman’s life may be quite different, depending on where you live and what your path in life has been so far, but in the end we all share one desire: to have a home of our own at some point where we can kick back and enjoy life. Life develops in a certain way for the most part for most and it follows a pattern of finishing school, getting a nice job and eventually getting married at some point and having kids.

Well, things don’t always have to be this way and for a number of reasons a single woman can do just as well as any married woman. The more traditional roles of society today are changing rapidly, so one would still prosper even when single. The following Read More


6 Tips for Renting Out Your Home

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Guest Blogger: AJ Smith

As the housing market continues to recover, you may hear about renting mavens that capitalize on the increasing rental market. Renting can be a great way to make some extra income, but it’s important to consider the appropriate preparations before you get on board. If you are thinking about renting out your home, here are some tips to consider.

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What is the Value of a Digital Home?

Photo Courtesy: Mashable: Digital HomeIn 2014, over five millions homes were bought and sold. And according to the Census, there are 120 million homes in the US. Of these 120 millions homes, 70 million are fully owner occupied.

A “physical home” has been well understood for the last few centuries.  People intuitively know that a physical home is made up of various structural materials, building materials, equipment, fixtures, and finishes.  The real estate process is well defined. As are property laws, transfer ownership of these physical homes and the insurance Read More