Monitoring Services Wireless Security Transforming the Real Estate Industry

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For several years, the real estate industry has been faced with an issue: “You can not be everywhere simultaneously.” Monitoring your staff and property seems impossible considering the fact that you have to perform other tasks. However, with new wireless technology, you can think otherwise. Increasingly, real estate professionals are utilizing wireless alarm systems to monitor their staff, avoid water damage, protect vacant homes and offer extra value to their tenants.

 

With an alarm system, you can create custom PINs that will notify you when contractors come in and go out. Several property managers we spoke with told us they use this feature to easily monitor the whereabouts of their tenants. You can ensure that your maintenance requirements are addressed, that your staff is doing what needs to be done and you will have a record of it all!

 

This simple and yet effective practice can also be utilized with your tenants. Arrange an agreement with your tenants to create a “specific maintenance PIN”. The PIN can also be utilized for all units and cannot seen by the tenants. Therefore, by adding a specific maintenance pin, you can utilize the same PIN for each property without security risk.

 

Real estate practitioners who relinquish the protection of security monitoring for their homes are taking a great deal of a risk. National Monitoring Center (NMC) monitoring can curb risks related to home invasions. Provide your customers with reliable monitoring that NMC guarantees you and reward them with the protection of their identity and assets.

 

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National Monitoring Center (NMC) monitoring can curb risks related to home invasions. Provide your customers with reliable monitoring that NMC guarantees you and reward them with the protection of their identity and assets.