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Apartment Building Security in 2024: What Are Consumers Expecting?

Last Updated on April 4, 2024 by Admin

There have been several trends in residential construction that are sticking around for longevity. However, as things evolve on one side, you have to realize that things will change on the other.

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And by the other side, we mean tenant expectations. They want more than a simple roof over their heads and heat to stay warm through the winter.

And you know what? They deserve to feel safer.  As we enter 2024, understanding these expectations can help drive more revenue.

Let’s dive into what consumers are anticipating. We’ll explore the security enhancements, the levels of protection they demand, and the role of new technologies in shaping these expectations.

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Quality business means delivering exceptional service. This is how you can achieve that in the coming year.

Security Enhancements

Consumers seek convenience and efficiency in every aspect of their lives. Think about it. As a landlord, you probably spend way more time with your phone in your hand than you do with a plunger or tools.

Tenants want a seamless experience with minimal disruptions. Traditional key and lock systems are becoming obsolete. Consider the following enhancements to your apartment building security:

  • Keyless Entry Systems: No more fumbling through a keychain to find the right key. Everyone loses keys on occasion. No one misplaces their phone. Consumers want hassle-free access to their apartments. Give it to them with keyless entry systems like digital locks.
  • Smart Home Integration: Tenants want their apartment building security to be integrated with other smart devices. This tech enables features like remote access, voice control, and customized security settings. Most locksmiths are now using locksmith field service software to help managers like you and the tenants you want.
  • Video Surveillance: High-definition cameras with wide coverage and cloud storage capabilities monitor common areas and entry points.
  • Visitor Management: No more visitor sign-ins. Tenants expect digital visitor management systems. Features include pre-approval, QR code scanning, and real-time notifications.

The Demand for Increased Protection Levels

As rent rates rise, consumers expect to get more protection for their money. If you don’t give it to them, someone else will. Here are security measures you should think about adding in 2024:

  • 24/7 Monitoring: Many tenants are interested in round-the-clock monitoring of their apartment buildings.
  • Advanced Alarm Systems: Traditional alarms that are triggered by motion sensors or opened doors/windows no longer get the job done. Top-tier systems can now detect unusual activities like breaking glass and smoke detection.
  • Fire Safety Measures: You should have adequate fire prevention and detection measures in place. This includes smoke alarms, sprinkler systems, and emergency evacuation plans.

The Role of Emerging Technologies

Technology is advancing in every aspect of our lives. It now plays a role in shaping consumer expectations around apartment building security.

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  • Artificial Intelligence (AI): AI-powered security systems process vast amounts of data to identify patterns and predict potential threats.
  • Internet of Things (IoT): Integrate your security features with other smart devices. This enables remote control, real-time alerts, and automation. It makes everyone’s life easier.
  • Biometrics: As a highly secure form of identification, biometric technology is gaining ground in apartment building security. Use fingerprint or facial recognition for access control and authentication.

The Future: Meeting the Evolving Safety Needs of Modern Tenants

Successful landlords need to evolve. The landscape of apartment building security is rapidly changing. You can blame technology and watch your best tenants find new places. Or you can overhaul your systems for the good of your business and the people who live in your properties.

Start slow. Move from traditional lock-and-key systems to keyless entry systems. Then integrate some smart home features. If your tenants want more, add in some AI-powered security measures.

Provide seamless, efficient, and comprehensive protection. Successfully integrating these technologies will fulfill safety concerns. On the flip side, it will also serve as a significant differentiator in the competitive real estate market.

Property managers and owners need to meet the evolving safety expectations of modern tenants to grow revenue and keep good tenants from leaving for greener pastures.

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