“Long-term rental residents everywhere are enjoying the safety and convenience of Smart home automation."
PORTLAND, Ore. (PRWEB) September 07, 2018
PointCentral, the leader in enterprise-scale Smart Home Automation solutions for long-term single-family and multifamily rental property managers, today announced their trade show schedule for the next 60 days. One of the most aggressive schedules in the residential, single and multifamily industries, PointCentral will be displaying Smart Home Automation solutions that enable property managers to control access and temperature, improve resident safety and make operations more efficient – across all their properties.
PointCentral long-term rental trade shows for the next 60 days include:
- IMN Property Management Forum, Sept. 13 to 14 in Dallas
- NARPM Florida State Chapter Conference, Sept. 20 to 21 in Orlando
- PMI National Summit, Sept. 27 to 28 in Las Vegas
- Maximize by NAA, Oct. 1 to 3 in San Diego
- IMN Middle-Market Multifamily Forum, Oct. 4 to 5 in Orlando
- IMN Middle-Market Multifamily Forum, Oct. 15 to 16 in Chicago
- NARPM National, Oct. 16 to 19 in San Diego
- Rent Manager User Conference, Oct. 22 to 25 in Amelia Island, Florida
A complete listing of all trade shows where PointCentral will be exhibiting can be found at:
“Residents everywhere are enjoying the safety and convenience of Smart home automation,” said Sean Miller, president of PointCentral. “The ability to control locks and thermostats from anywhere at anytime provides residents with peace of mind and enables property managers to monitor access, reduce HVAC costs and monitor vacant properties.”
PointCentral, a subsidiary of Alarm.com (Nasdaq: ALRM), provides short and long-term property managers with an enterprise-class solution that monitors and controls Smart Home technology across all properties in their inventory over a best-in-class secure and reliable network – increasing property awareness, reducing operational costs and improving resident satisfaction. PointCentral’s solutions allow property managers to realize operational efficiencies, while 86% of millennial renters and 65% of baby boomer renters are willing to pay more for a property with Smart Home automation. For more information, please visit http://www.pointcentral.com