Managing disparate house visitors with a single home security solution has been a big issue in our age of technology. Which type of door lock technology is the best for a home builder today, and what are the trade-offs?
Whether sales agents are stationed at every model home or online consultants are waiting for inquiries, here are some basic ways to increase the number of potential home buyers that tour your model homes or spec houses.
Potential home buyers have the internet at their fingertips (literally!) and choose to find neighborhoods, floor plans, and prices online. But personal connections are still crucial to making sales, especially when it comes to big purchases like a home. Waiting to make contact with a home buyer can be risky, but here are some ways patience can pay off.
Coworking managers are responsible for creating a clean, professional and accessible environment for members, but they shouldn’t sacrifice security to do so. Coworking spaces may need to be accessed after typical workday hours to give members the workspace they need to be productive and to give third-parties the ability to maintain the coworking office.
Opening a model home or spec home to the public gives home builders an important opportunity to wow prospective home buyers. The appeal of the show home will hopefully turn them into leads, or even better, into owners. Remote access systems can help home builders manage cleaning and maintenance crews.
One problem with trying to show a house is that most home buyers want to visit when it’s convenient for them. Giving access to tour model homes on their own time and at their own pace can create a more relaxed experience for home buyers.
With more and more companies offering remote positions and with the coworking concept becoming more popular, coworking businesses need to make the most of their space. An access control system lets coworking managers track and measure usage, beyond just available desks and offices.