As of January 2015, it is not possible for people to see live satellite views of their houses; no companies offer such feeds. However, several companies offer free still-footage satellite images. Google, through its Google Maps and Google Earth products, has satellite photography of most of the planet.
Additionally, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration offers, via the Geostationary Satellite Server, satellite imagery of hemispheres as well as of the entire planet updated every three hours. As of January 2015, a series of five satellites provides NOAA with these images: GOES East and West, Meteostat 7 and 10 as well as the MTSAT.