Smart apartment technology, also known as PropTech, provides opportunities to improve operations and profitability for property owners. There are multiple ways to leverage technology to increase a property’s value and NOI. Kyle Finney joined the business development team at Arize to bring emerging technology to real estate.
Kyle has worked alongside commercial real estate professionals in both Phoenix and Las Vegas, heading up initiatives for gaining insight, adopting new tech, and carrying out marketing and sales strategies aimed at helping companies stand out while increasing revenue and attracting & retaining tenants.
One of the questions for investors is will renters pay for smart technology? Amenities and services like smart locks, lighting, and thermostats have the ability to improve a resident’s experience. In addition, water leak detectors protect owners from unnecessary costs. Kyle is seeing smart technology adding an additional $30-60 per month per unit.
How to Use PropTech to Drive NOI
Emerging multifamily real estate tech and Arize
Understanding smart apartment technology (PropTech)
PropTech is the idea that technology is disrupting the real estate market
Adopting smart apartment technology
The impact smart technology has on a multifamily investor's bottom line (ROI!)
How smart technology can increase your multifamily property value
How water leak detectors add value to apartment owners
Breaking down the costs of smart technology
Are renters willing to pay a premium for smart technology?
The most popular proptech for residents and investors
81% of millennials are willing to pay more for a unit that is equipped with a smart lock.
How to use smart technology to stand out with marketing
Understanding the different smart apartment technologies that work well with Class-B and Class-C properties
PropTech in the marketplace today and where it’s going
Increasing the value of your multifamily property with PropTech, no matter your budget
AI and complete interconnectivity is the future of multifamily
Apparent Failure: I launched my first business when I was 18, determined to do everything myself. That didn’t work out so well, but it taught me the importance of working and surrounding myself with smart, like-minded people.
Most Recommended Book:
Originals (Adam Grant)
The Four Agreements (Don Miguel Ruiz)
A morning and evening routine
Where life is going to be in the next 50 years
Wish I Knew When I Was Starting Out:
Trusting people and asking for help.
Best Place to Grab a Bite in Phoenix:
Bitter and Twisted
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