05 SEPTEMBER, 2022

Today, homes can almost run themselves, saving time and money thanks to smart home technology. If you are looking to renovate your home, here are a few smart home ideas that can uplift your personal space.

Pick your ecosystem

Depending on whether you use iOS or Android devices, decide which ecosystem is best for you - Google Nest, Amazon Alexa, or Apple HomeKit. 

Mix and match

While all your smart home devices can be controlled via your smartphone, it is advisable to have a mix of smart displays and speakers to make it easier.

Smart lighting

With smart lighting, you can not only make your space look contemporary but can also schedule when your lights turn on and off, thus saving money on electricity bills.

Smart thermostats

Always enter a warm or cool home by easily adjusting your home’s temperature from anywhere, and save energy by keeping it stable throughout. 

Smart locks

Smart locks enable you to receive alerts and track who enters and leaves your house, and lock and unlock your front door even when you are away.

Robot vacuum

Set your robot vacuum to run while you’re away and have their intelligent navigation systems adjust to your home’s contours and seamlessly switch between different surfaces.

Smart air purifiers

These purifiers keep track of the air quality, and the accompanying app measures the ambient air quality and adjusts the speed accordingly.

Knowing about various smart home ideas isn’t enough to uplift your personal space. You need funds to execute the ideas and bring in the required equipment. A personal loan is ideal as it can help you get instant funds to bring home the latest technology.

So, what are you waiting for? Turn your home into a smart home with Kotak Mahindra Bank’s Personal Loan. The bank offers incredibly low personal loan interest rates with convenient payment options. Moreover, you can apply online from anywhere and get a quick loan disbursal with a seamless experience. The documents required for a personal loan are also minimal.

Kotak Mahindra Bank’s personal loan eligibility parameters are simple. An individual must be between 21 and 60 years of age and employed with an MNC, private limited, or public limited company. To know the amount of loan you can avail yourself of, you can use the online personal loan EMI calculator. Based on your income, age, occupation, and other factors, the calculator estimates the loan amount you are eligible for and the monthly EMI you will be liable to pay. On entering the loan amount, repayment tenure, and applicable interest rate, the calculator can share the EMI amounts with you even before you avail of the loan. 

Don’t let a shortage of funds restrict you from uplifting your personal space. Kotak Mahindra Bank’s Personal Loan is a smart choice for a smart home.

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