Bayli Young Completes Coldwell Banker University's Smart Home Technology Course

Friday, August 25, 2017

Bayli Young, an independent sales associate affiliated with Coldwell Banker Pryor Realty, Inc. in Chattanooga, announced her completion of the Smart Home Technology Education Course offered by Coldwell Banker University.

Developed by Coldwell Banker Real Estate, LLC and CEDIA, the global trade association for the home technology market, the course is offered exclusively to independent contractor agents affiliated with the Coldwell Banker network. 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.

Officials said, "This course will equip Ms. Young with the skills needed to advise clients interested in buying and selling smart homes or installing their first smart home products. As smart homes become increasingly sought after in Chattanooga, she recognized how essential it is to educate herself to help clients make informed decisions about smart home technology."

“Smart home technology is entering the mainstream and quickly becoming a staple in homes across the country,” said Ms. Young. “The Smart Home Technology course has helped me sharpen my knowledge on the smart home and the products available, which in turn will allow me to better inform my clients when making smart home decisions.”

 


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