Home Automation: Responsive Technology Changing How We Engage With Our Homes
June 19, 2015 – 12:45 pm | Comments Off on Home Automation: Responsive Technology Changing How We Engage With Our Homes

By Adriana Espinosa, BDX
As the Internet of Things matures, home automation is disrupting how we interact with our homes in dramatic ways.
New home technology allows homeowners to control, program, and monitor homes to exact preferences …

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Builder Vertical Ad Network
February 28, 2011 – 11:23 am | Comments Off on Builder Vertical Ad Network
Builder Vertical Ad Network

The Builder Vertical Ad Network is a new program developed by the BDX. Much like a builder can maximize their reach by listing on the BDX’s distribution sites the Builder Vertical Ad Network is a …

Are You Making The Most of Hot Homes E-blasts?
February 9, 2011 – 3:19 pm | Comments Off on Are You Making The Most of Hot Homes E-blasts?
Are You Making The Most of Hot Homes E-blasts?

You may have noticed that the BDX has begun sending out our Hot Homes E-blast in select markets. We’ve seen requests regarding how to get a placement in our market-specific emails. As a result, I’m …

Fewer home shoppers this January and that might be good news!
February 3, 2011 – 8:38 pm | Comments Off on Fewer home shoppers this January and that might be good news!
Fewer home shoppers this January and that might be good news!

In comparing online search traffic for both new and used homes, this January NewHome Source has estimated that there are 20-25% fewer consumers searching for homes this year than in 2010. But that might be a good thing.