By The Hospitable Team
Are you tired of dealing with the aftermath of parties at your rental property? You’re not alone. As a property owner or short-term rental manager, it can be a constant struggle to balance the privacy and enjoyment of your guests with the need to protect your investment. The good news is there are ways to prevent the incidents before they even happen.
On January 26th, we are hosting an online masterclass with Patrick Arata, Senior Director of Customer Experience at NoiseAware, to explore the benefits of property monitoring and how it can help prevent parties at your property. The workshop will feature an open Q&A session where you can ask any questions that come to mind about incident prevention.
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Who are NoiseAware?
It all started back in 2015 when engineer Andrew Schulz and rental property owner David Krauss had an “aha” moment after one particularly wild party. They knew there had to be a better way to prevent incidents like that from happening again. And thus, NoiseAware was born.
Since then, they’ve protected more than eight million stays and helped managers and hosts save millions of dollars in lost rental revenue due to noise and nuisance issues. Their technology is impressively efficient, as it resolves 90% of noise issues remotely in under 30 minutes.
But it’s not just about smart technology. NoiseAware cooperates and partners with local administrations to support responsible renting practices and fair legislation, creating a healthy and sustainable hospitality industry. And let’s be real, who doesn’t want to be a responsible host and a good neighbor at the same time?
Property Monitoring in Detail
How does property monitoring work? By using advanced technology and specifically developed tools, you can stay informed of any potential issues at your property in real-time, without intruding on the privacy of your guests.
One of the key benefits of property monitoring is the ability to fix guest noise issues before they lead to complaints. Short-term rentals aren’t naturally noisy, but even the best guests can get too loud sometimes. By using privacy-safe noise monitoring, you can have insight into what’s happening at your property between check-in and check-out. This way, you can prevent neighbor complaints, expensive fines, parties or property damage.
Another important feature of property monitoring is the ability to detect when a crowd is gathering at your property. With crowd control features, you’ll be alerted when occupancy levels are on the rise. This combined with privacy-safe noise detection and automated guest messaging, you’ll have the tools you need to protect your property, guests, and neighborhood.
Curious to learn more? Then our Masterclass is definitely for you!
During the workshop, Patrick from NoiseAware will share his expertise and insights on how to protect property without intruding on the privacy of your guests. He’ll cover everything from how to prevent parties at your property to the benefits of property monitoring, and even give tips on what to do in case a party does happen (because let’s face it, things don’t always go as planned).
More specifically, Patrick will touch upon the following issues:
- The best things you can do to prevent noise complaints before they happen
- How noise monitoring works and why you need it
- What to do in case a party happens at your property
- How to claim party damage with Airbnb
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an industry expert and gain valuable insights on how to protect your property. Register for the workshop today and join us on January 26th for a fun, interactive, and informative session.
We’ll see you there!
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