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November 2020

How Smart Home Tech Is Shaping the Future of Real Estate Showings

COVID-19 pandemic conditions and social distancing recommendations make real estate showings challenging. How are you supposed to show a property to a would-be renter or buyer without physically meeting them? Moreover, if you’re looking for a new home, how can you expect to shop around without interacting with multiple property managers or real estate agents? The answers to these questions…

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How to Minimize the Impact of COVID-19 on Your Multifamily Real Estate Business

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected virtually every financial industry, including the multifamily real estate industry. To minimize these impacts and ensure that your multifamily real estate business can survive the pandemic, it’s important to understand and prepare for the future of multifamily real estate after COVID-19. In this article, we’ll highlight the most relevant COVID-related trends in multifamily and…

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The Impact of PropTech on the Multifamily Real Estate Industry

PropTech is short for “property technology,” and during the last decade, this buzz term has been taking over the real estate industry. According to the research company CREtech: “Investment in real estate tech companies globally hit $14 billion in the first half of 2019. That’s more than during all of 2017, which saw a record $12.7 billion in PropTech investment.”…

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New Smart Lock Options Available From PointCentral: Which Smart Lock Is Right for Your Needs?

PointCentral continues to expand its smart lock options so property managers can choose what works best for their properties. The latest addition to the PointCentral smart lock family is the Yale Assure Lock for Andersen Patio and Entry Doors. Through PointCentral’s smart lock integration, the Yale Assure Series allows you to remotely add and remove unique access codes for users,…

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How to Utilize Smart Home Tech To Solve Common Property Management Challenges

Smart home technology may seem like a luxury right now. Still, it’s quickly becoming standard practice for those who are concerned with safety, lowering costs, and managing multiple properties with ease.  A tech-savvy approach to rental differentiation, whether in a single-family home, a multi-unit residential property, or intelligent commercial buildings, can offer that “wow” factor to prospects. However, sooner than…

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