(Davis) — El Macero residents are all set to be wired for the future.
Coldwell Banker Doug Arnold Real Estate, which represents 50 percent of buyers in the prestigious community, recently partnered with other local businesses to pool funds for much needed infrastructure improvements.
When the advancements are in place, El Macero residents will have access through Fiber Optic technology to wifi, internet and cable — a staple convenience that was lacking for many years without the proper wiring.
“We’re delighted to help bridge El Macero residents to the future, who will soon enjoy all the modern conveniences that we often take for granted,” said Doug Arnold Real Estate Owner and Broker Dave Taormino. “The entire firm here at Coldwell Banker Doug Arnold Real Estate is dedicated to providing home buyers and sellers the latest in technological innovations — even before they buy a home.”
Coldwell Banker’s newest office expansion at the corner of Second and D streets in Davis comes fully equipped with state of the art technology throughout, including wifi connectivity, and theatre rooms used by Realtors to show their clients video tours before deciding which homes to tour in person.
Wiring El Macero for the internet can be likened to a modern-day “barn raising,” which was popular in the 18th to 19th centuries, wherein the community came together to share resources and labor for the common good.
In this case, Coldwell Banker Doug Arnold joined with other locals to provide the funding for the project, seeing how the service would benefit the whole community. The amenity will further increase property values.
“This connects it all together,” said Taormino. “We know the demand for high speed internet is ‘now,’ and this really sets the tone for the future. We’re