HomeZada is so excited to announce a new interface for its users. All current and new users can access and use today! This new user interface has some great new components that make for easier navigation. And has some new reporting that can help HomeZada users get the information they need. All this information will help HomeZada users make great decisions regarding their homes, time and money.
In addition to this new interface, HomeZada has a new look and feel to its mobile applications. You can access the new HomeZada mobiel apps at iTunes or at the Play store.
Access the New Look
To access this new look, sign up or login to your HomeZada account. If you do not have one, sign up today! Then in the upper right corner, you will see a button labeled Try New Beta. Click this button and you will be in the user experience. Let us know if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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