SmartRent expands connected home platform with new smart hub

SmartRent expands connected home platform with new smart hub
SmartRent, a provider of smart home automation for property managers and renters, launched the Alloy Fusion hub, which assists residents in controlling their in-home smart devices. For property managers, the hub is the next step in providing a seamless digital experience for renters. In addition, SmartRent has launched its self-guided tour solution, which enables property owners to offer a seamless unattended experience to prospective renters.

The multifamily industry has generally lagged behind owner-occupied housing in the adoption of smart home and digital experiences. This is partially due to the fact that renters do not want to invest in smart home technology for a home that they do not own. In an age where companies like Amazon, Uber, and Doordash are central parts of daily life, rental communities need better technology that improves the convenience, safety, and accessibility of properties for residents and consumer services.

"We're still in the early days of smart home technology, so it's no surprise that many people still equate having a few connected devices with having a smart home," says SmartRent Chief Executive Officer, Lucas Haldeman. "However, to unlock the value of smart home technology for multifamily communities, operators need a platform that delivers real quality of life, convenience, and safety benefits to residents, while improving the operational efficiency of the community. The new additions to the SmartRent platform help multifamily owners and operators cut costs, improve occupancy rates and deliver a more connected resident experience."


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