Smart home technology offers buyers an increasingly popular incentive

Features include smart security, thermostats and lighting that can be remotely controlled, fire and freeze protection, geo-services meaning your home can anticipate and optimize for your arrival, and text and e-mail updates, including alerts to let you know when the kids are home from school.

It also replaced its incumbent sustainability features incentive with a free six-month subscription to smart home services. It’s a sweetener the builder feels holds more appeal with millennials; a generation starting in the early eighties who are currently graduating into the single family home market.

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