Get ready for smart tables, shower heads and even toilets
With smartphones and virtual voice assistants already in common usage, the next frontier is smart furniture — chairs, tables and even toilets in which certain features can be set off by a smartphone or voice.
While talking shower heads and couches may seem futuristic, the trend is already in full swing. People bought more than 80 million smart home devices in 2016 while Zion Market Research predicts that the global smart home market will reach $53.45 billion by 2022.
Smart furniture can range from the practical to the ridiculous. To help you learn what home buyers will be looking for, Inman News has curated a list of the best, newest and, in some cases, weirdest smart furniture items you can get in 2019.
The Charging Table
Instead of digging around for a charger and a cable, you can just put your smartphone on the FurniQi Side Table ($199) to do the job. The bamboo table looks just like any other other piece of furniture — except for the small circle in the middle acts as a charging dock for all your devices.
This well kept ranch home is located in Buena, New Jersey and features 3 bedrooms, 1 bath and a laundry on the first fl0or.
Remodeled kitchen w/ oak cabinets, tile floors, backsplash & granite countertops.
Beautiful hardwood and tile floors throughout.
Tenant access to full basement, shed and nice backyard.
Ready to move right in! Tenant responcible for all utilities. Rent $1,400 per month, serious inquiries oly. All applicants must fill out an NTN report, $35.00 fee.
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The down payment. Cue the dramatic, fear-filled suspense music. Yeah, it’s scary. Coming up with enough cash to put down when buying a house is the single biggest roadblock for most hopeful home buyers. But how much do you really need?
What is a down payment?
A down payment is the cash you pay upfront to get a home loan. It is deducted from the total amount of your mortgage and represents the beginning equity — your ownership stake — in a house and property.
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Move-in ready remodeled rancher on quiet residential street. Upgrades include new counters, new wood-look tile floor, new carpet, new architectural roof, fresh interior paint, new seamless gutters, all new ThermaStar windows, new interior doors, completely remodeled tile bathroom, & new hot water heater. Good sized back yard with a large shed with electric. Great opportunity for a first time buyer or someone looking to downsize. Come see this property before it’s sold! $0 Down 100% USDA Financing is available! Call today and ask about property #59. Stacy 856-364-0772
Historic Wheaton Mansion home and storefront in Millville’s Art District. Great mixed-use property for retail, professional office, bar and more. Kitchen has tiled counter and backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Hardwood flooring and crown molding throughout home. Separate commecial store front accessible from inside home with kitchen area and storage. Great place to live and operate a store front. Sale includes two separate off street parking lots in rear, public water and sewer, natural gas heat, central air. UEZ Financing Available.
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Welcome to this move-in ready, 3 bed, 1 full bath home located in a quiet Glassboro neighborhood! Many features and improvements have been done to this home in recent years which makes for low-maintenance living! Features and updates include: updated bathroom, updated exterior paint, front porch and landscaping, updated kitchen with 42″ cabinets and a sunroom addition, windows with a lifetime warranty and custom blinds, a spacious 3-bay garage with updated roof and doors, newer pool and pool deck, and a new french drain and sump pump system installed in the basement. There is a partially finished basement which can be utilized as extra living space. There is an additional room in the basement which is being utilized as a wine cellar. The wood stove in the living room heats the majority of the home. The list of features goes on and on, and being conveniently located near shopping, schools and major roadways, this home has everything you could ask for. This home also qualifies for the HomeSeeker $10,000 grant program for First-Time Homebuyers. Schedule your private tour today to see the true beauty of this home!
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Rising real estate costs, demographics shifts, and low inventory have hamstrung homebuyers for years. But according to Danielle Hale, chief economist for Realtor.com, this spring buying season may bring buyer frustration to a boil.
“I think it’s fair to say this is the most competitive housing market we’ve seen in recorded history,” says Hale. “There’s record low inventory and strong interest from buyers in getting into the housing market. There are a lot of buyers, and not a lot of sellers.”
According to Hale and other economists and real estate industry observers, many factors have created this “imperfect storm” of high demand and low supply. Underbuilding had been a key factor, due to cost, labor shortages, and zoning and regulatory barriers to new construction.
“We’ve been paying the bill for underbuilding for some time, and every year, it gets worse,” she says. “We’re not only not keeping up, we’re falling further behind.”
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