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What Does a 10,000 Domoscore Look Like?

What Does a 10,000 Domoscore Look Like?

James Furlo3 year ago
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What's does a 10,000 Domoscore look like? In a word: new.

In a couple more words: the house itself is less than a year old and all the features are in new condition. That's inside, outside, all mechanical items, and the yards.

But what does that actually look like?

In this video, Danny Wingnet tours - almost overwhelmed - a brand new smart home. It shows a couple things:

  1. Everything is a brand new condition, which is why it would probably get a Domoscore of 10,000.
  2. Even though there are features you may not want (like a toilet that plays music), or features you think are missing, the Domoscore only measures the existing features in a home.
  3. Those automatic frosting windows in the bathroom are awesome.

Here's the 10:34 minute video. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/UPGir81FUpY
James Furlo

Majordomo COO & co-founder, multi-family real estate investor, and former HP big data analyst. Interested in tech, real estate, and math.

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