Why we have contacted you:
Help you to make a memorable closing day for your home buyers
Influence your customers for better reviews for you
Help your home buyers with new homeownership adoption of new stuff around new place
Rarely properties for sales are in perfect condition and move-in ready and it needs some repairs, painting, and most complicated for new homeowners is prewired audio video system across new place with hanging wires with or with out equipment. Everyone loves lates tech in their cell phone, car, TV and home isn’t exception.
We are Heyo Smart - electronics installation that matter - team who is driving to local home owners latest smart electronics in home entertainment, automation, energy, and security systems together in one place. We are a diverse team of professionals who have a variety of experience and educational backgrounds to deliver increased creativity and innovation, better problem-solving, and outstanding work quality.
We do what we say we will do
We have strong technical know-how around electronics and electrical things
We uncover possible pitfalls, price estimates, and expectations of quality before starting a job and focus on your dream with the best possible solution.
We have Technical and Interior Designers
We have class technicians and remodelers
We can work as a general contractor
And the most important: We are responsible for quality of workmanship and customers satisfaction
A few things that homebuers are looking in a real estate agent:
No pressure sales
Knowleadge of a home location
neighborhood and near buy communities
Pointed out unnoticed features/faults with property
Advise on local pros to help maintain the home and fix related issues
A gift is a communication way for our feeling and appreciation to someone. Giving gift moments may stay in someone's heart for a while and build a stronger relationship for future referrals. You made me happy, I’ll spread the word as Charlie Chaplin said 'We all want to help one another. Human beings are like that. We want to live by each others' happiness, not by each other's misery.”