Smart homes technology is taking real estate by storm. Five decades ago, the idea of having devices and home furnishings paired with a smart device was just a concept on paper. Today, we are living the dream of George H. Bucher “The Electric Home of Tomorrow.”
The Thrill of Smart Homes
Smart homes are here to stay. From having sensors detecting walking patterns of people in and around the house to smart lighting, automatic window shades, and nest thermostats, technology has made many homes a thrill. Having smart homes has been very helpful especially to people living with disabilities. With a smart phone or a house connected to a virtual assistant, they can control every aspect of their smart homes without the limitations that disadvantaged them some five years back.
Riding the Wave of Smart Homes
It took years for smart homes to have an impact in our society. As technology improved so did the need to have instantaneous responses. According to Patch.com, as we advance into a technology-dependent generation, the entrepreneurship spirit in the real estate too is a notch higher. Soon every new home will be automated not only with security features but also virtual assistants, digital clocks, and automated window shades.
About Todd Lubar
Todd Lubar is a prominent entrepreneur in the smart houses department. Having spent more than two decades in the real estate industry, he has for many years been featured as one of the mortgage originators in the US. He set out when smart homes were just a concept. Today he is driven by the need to help people own smart homes.
Todd Lubar is the President of TDL Global Ventures. Under his leadership the company has improved in the rehabilitation, purchase, selling and profit making from all kinds of family homes. His thirst for open communication with everyone is the key to TDL’s success. Todd also serves as president and Sr. Vice President to LLC and Legendary Investments respectively. Outside of real estate, he likes spending time with family, staying fit and working on new innovative ideas. He considers organization and positive thinking as keys to success.
Visit the website, toddlubar.com.