With the new eHouseWarming.com website, it's easier than ever to create a personal webpage to share the new home.
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
Planning a housewarming party can be difficult enough, but even more so if many of the new homeowners’ friends and relatives live too far away to attend. Perhaps a life change or a new job have brought the buyers to a city that's miles away from everyone they know. This can make a traditional housewarming party nearly impossible. But there's good news. Homeowners can now share their home with everyone they love no matter how far away with an online housewarming.
A warm "online welcome" to the new home can be just as personal as a traditional party. It just takes a little effort on the part of the new homeowner, some great photos of your home, and a few home gift ideas for the gift registry. With the new eHouseWarming.com website, it's easier than ever to create a personal webpage to share the new home. Once the page is set up, an invitation can be sent to invite friends and loved ones via email, written invitations, or may even be shared on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Close friends or relatives might not be able to shoulder the expense of traveling for a traditional housewarming event. An online housewarming enables the new homeowner to reach out to family and friends without the time and expense. Of course, nothing can replace that feeling of an in-person visit, but sharing a home with others online is the next best thing. Loved ones can take a virtual tour of the new home home via photos and view the exterior as well as each individual room. It’s easy to emphasize features the homeowner loves best (such as a fireplace, foyer, chandelier, or pool) as well as the small touches that make the house a home.
Another great feature of this online housewarming site is the ability to set up a gift registry to enable guests to send gifts for the new home via the Web. Customize the registry to fit the needs for the home, whether it's curtains, bath towels, kitchen appliances, or even a lawn mower. Guests to the website can quickly and easily decide on a gift based on their budget, making it easy to celebrate the new home.
While users can post photos of a new home on social pages, it's wise to use a site that enables a customized and personal experience. With each eHouseWarming website created, the homeowner is provided with a custom link to share with anyone they choose. Once on the website, guests are able to send and receive messages to the homeowner, post on the page, view photos, and send gifts from just one source.
Buying a home is one of the most expensive purchases people make, with all the tools available on the web it has never been easier to share with friends and family no matter where they live. "When my wife and I moved across the country we knew nobody, setting up our virtual housewarming and sharing it with our family made us feel like they had actually visited our first home," said eHouseWarming co-founder Travis Estes.
About the company:
eHouseWarming.com is an Orlando, Florida based company founded in 2012. It is our mission to provide our users with a clean, intuitive, and most of all free set of tools to make your own personal housewarming one of a kind.