According to research from the National Association of Home Builders nearly half of home buyers are willing to invest $5,000 or more to save $1,000 annually on their utility bills, and 35% are willing to spend upwards of $10,000.
The evolution of technology has opened a range of possibilities for a connected home. Now more than ever, remote-controlled, voice-controlled devices and wireless appliances are found in homes. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) recently surveyed prospective and recent home buyers, and found that the most desired technology features in the home are related to comfort and security.
This post was updated on Wednesday, March 18 by NAHB. By a vote of 90-8, the Senate on March 18 approved H.R. 6201, the Family First Coronavirus Response Act. The bill will guarantee free coronavirus testing, establish paid leave for … Continued