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HomeZada app helps build home equity

Users can manage their home via online and mobile app

HomeZada is an online and mobile software for homeowners that helps manage seasonal maintenance tasks, plan for home improvement projects, organize paperwork and keep a home inventory.

“HomeZada revolutionizes the way homeowners manage the many aspects of homeownership by bringing together multiple applications and content in one easy to use, online solution,” said co-founder Elizabeth Dodson.

By using the free software, HomeZada users can log in to their personal account so they can access 150 tasks which can include home maintenance, yard work, cleaning and organizing. Each task comes with en email reminder as it nears its completion date, so maintenance work is never forgotten.

“HomeZada is much more than a new closet system or plastic container organizer that makes life less cluttered. HomeZada is the only company that organizes and manages the important things homeowners tend to put off or have scattered in different locations, such as an inventory of possessions, home maintenance checklists, to-do lists, home improvement projects, and home spending,” Dodson added.

HomeZada can also be utilized to plan and budget for small and large home improvement projects. Homeowners can use HomeZada’s library of common projects for assistance in determining what materials and equipment will be necessary, establish a timeline for execution and forecast total cost of completion.

Additionally, the software can help homeowners create an in-depth inventory of their home’s contents. Homeowners can also enter furniture, appliances, knick-knacks, assign a price to each possession, upload photos, receipts, warranty and user many documents for safe-keeping. This valuable database of the home’s contents can be even downloaded as a PDF, printed and given to a home insurance company.

HomeZada can be accessed using the most popular web browsers or by downloading the HomeZada mobile app via iPhone, iPod or Android.

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