Tracking home documents can often be an overwhelming task. Concerns over what do you keep, what do you throw out, and where do you store these documents. Tracking documents can help provide more visibility to your home spending trends, prepare you for budgeting the following year and help keep detailed accounts of who your vendors are that you work with to fix, clean, and insure your home.
When you buy a home, you generally secure a mortgage and have a purchase contract of your home. These documents are important to keep in case you need to reference them in the future. Further, keeping a copy of your title can also help track the history of ownership of the home while an appraisal can give you an idea of the value of your home at the time of appraisal. If you do not have these documents, do not worry. Your title company and mortgage company most likely have a copy within their offices or systems. Read More
One of the top questions we at HomeZada get regularly is … and how did the name of HomeZada come to be? Now you too can know the story.
When creating this wonderful, long waited for solution, our team (John, Beth and David) needed to name our new addition. It was hard with all the .com urls taken and very few to choose from. It was challenging, what would resonate with people? What would grab their attention? What would matter? And what was a short enough name that could be typed into a browser easily? All of these questions came to mind regularly. As well as, we will need to live with this name forever. Naming our new company felt like naming a child that had to grow into their name. Read More
HomeZada is pleased to announce the ability for customers to export a document, enter information about your home and belongings and then import that information back into HomeZada. This new feature makes uploading home inventory easier for people who already use Microsoft Excel. It is important to follow the necessary process in order to upload information properly. Read More
We are still in the beginning of 2015 and what better way to move forward then to take a quick peak back. Let’s take a look at what Zen of Zada posts are readers appreciated the most from 2014. A year in review is what we will do here. We learned what our readers were interested in hearing about and what they liked to share with the world. We also learned that the home has a lot of different meanings to all fans and followers. As we say goodbye to 2014, we hope you enjoy all the posts we will provide you in 2015. If there are Zen of Zada topics you would like us to cover or posts you really loved and want us to drill down further, please let us know and we will get right on it. email@example.com Read More
In 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