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Multifamily properties report positive effect of smart building solutions on ROI

Parks Associates today announced a new white paper, Smart Tech for Multifamily Properties: Understanding ROI, developed in partnership with SKBM SmartTech, with insights from recent interviews with multifamily owners, operators, and property managers on the impact of smart building deployments.

"It can be difficult for companies to determine the best strategies and benchmarks to measure return on investment (ROI) from smart building solutions, so naturally many properties are hesitant to make such large-scale investments," said Kristen Hanich, Research Director, Parks Associates. "Our research and interviews show smart building technologies, when properly deployed and managed, can have significant positive impacts on operations and resident satisfaction, so it is important to take the guesswork and uncertainties out of these deployments."

"Ultimately, multifamily owners, operators, and property managers experience the highest returns when the right solution is deployed to the right environment," Hanich said.

From the SecurityInfoWatch.com article, "Parks Associates: Multifamily properties report positive effect of smart building solutions on ROI"

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