As multifamily communities are sprouting up in cities—big and small—all over the country, residents are demanding a more personalized, connected living environment.
We’re here to help you best serve them, while uncovering asset value.
The right devices can go a long way in improving the guest experience at hotels, whether you’re there for business or pleasure, while also increasing brand loyalty.
Building Monitoring Systems are not to be mistaken for some trendy, new technological luxury. They’re necessary to the wellbeing of your building and its occupants.
Early detection of leaks prevents pools of water from wreaking damage throughout your asset and disrupting business. Be proactive, not reactive, and identify the source before it’s too late.
To no surprise, we’ve talked about smart home devices at length—it’s kind of our thing. Let’s elevate the conversation and explore the impressive high-end smart market.
If you’re looking to implement smart lighting throughout your property, there are two ways you can go: bulbs or switches. Both have their pros and cons, so choose wisely.
Building Monitoring Systems may not be as shiny and showy as consumer-facing smart devices, but they do help assets in the hospitality industry increase efficiencies & NOI.
When your team is considering how to approach a smart tech transformation of your asset, the first step is ensuring complete connectivity. Here’s how to approach that big initial decision.
Prospects and renters are always looking for a “deal”, and often expect concessions upon signing or resigning their lease. Here we discuss ways to navigate these conversations.
If you’re an owner or operator that’s considering a smart device package to get your feet wet in the smart home arena, there are certain features we suggest you start with.
Who wouldn’t want to save on utilities? How do smart homes increase utility savings? What’s the playbook for saving the most you possibly can? We address all of that and more in our latest article.
What does automation do for your apartment? How might these in-home automations elevate your everyday? Let’s take a closer look at what automation means for multifamily communities and why it’s so intriguing.
Property-wide access control is more than just a perk. In the COVID era, it adds another layer of safety for staff and residents through keyless access and remote management.
Voice assistants are rightfully all the rage and have been for years now. As they make their way into multifamily buildings, we must effectively implement them to realize their full potential.
There’s an increasing desire among residents to live in a smart apartment, and for good reason. Understandably, owners and operators want to know a few things before investing.
WFH will probably be embraced by some companies post-pandemic, so let’s examine how smart home solutions could make the weekday in-home work routine better for your residents.
Like many antiquated things or processes, the world of Smart Systems or IoT in the MDU arena is changing—breaking the traditional business model and introducing solutions for devices and services.
The Building Automation System (BAS) is an integral part of harmonious multifamily communities with high functioning systems making properties more profitable, better performing, and more livable.
Smart locks may not seem like the sexiest smart device to upgrade your multifamily community, but these products will forever change your perception from a hardware and software perspective.
Arguably the most valuable, game-changing smart devices out there, smart thermostats not only allow you to seriously save on energy costs, but they provide residents with personalized comfort.
Resident amenity preferences are shifting from the static to the dynamic, from the physical to the connected, from public to personalized, and MDU properties need to get smart, soon.
Aside from improving the resident experience within the apartment, smart integrations foster a holistic, elevated environment throughout the whole building for everyone involved.
Smart devices are everywhere these days, but why aren’t they in multifamily communities? Give today’s residents what they want: connectivity, personalization, and a sense of home.
We all know that full occupancy is every owner’s, developer’s and management firm’s ultimate goal, and to achieve that requires adapting to an ever-evolving resident base with new preferences.
Lighting has undergone some transformative changes in recent years outside of LED, pendant lighting and Edison bulbs. Let’s talk about the impact of smart lighting in your building.
Out of all the systems in the MDU arena, HVACs have arguably evolved the most with the advent of automation and a smart managerial dashboard, so staff can be proactive, not reactive.
Physical keys are going the way of the Dodo bird not just to lighten your pocket or purse, but to offer residents and staff immediate control of locks and reclaim time and effort.
What really makes a home smart? There’s some confusion around digital versus smart. In our debut PropertySense blog article, we explain how connectivity makes all the difference.