August 15, 2018 Knoxville, Tenn. — Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors® is pleased to recognize real estate professionals from the company’s Farragut office location for completion of the Smart Home Technology Education Course.

CBWW real estate professionals who recently obtained this training include:

This course, offered exclusively to agents affiliated with the Coldwell Banker® network, was developed by Coldwell Banker Real Estate, LLC and CEDIA, the global trade association for the home technology market. The curriculum provides an extensive look into the evolution of home technology, with a focus on how smart home products are changing the way we live in and interact with our homes.

The course will equip these professionals with the skills needed to advise clients who are interested in buying or selling smart homes. As smart homes become increasingly sought after in Knoxville, these professionals recognized how essential it was to educate themselves on this topic.

“It’s important to understand what products are available, as well as the value they can add to a home,” said Principal Broker Anne Williams, who also completed the course. “The things learned in this course will help these professionals better identify and market smart homes in the future.”

A Coldwell Banker survey of Americans found that more than half (54 percent) of homeowners surveyed would install smart home products if they were selling their home and knew that doing so would make it sell faster. In response to this, Coldwell Banker Real Estate earlier this year released an official smart home definition to educate real estate professionals, home buyers and home sellers in consort with CNET, the world’s largest and most trusted online source of consumer technology news and reviews.

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