NOI Boosting Strategies for Affordable: Sustainability & IoT
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Thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), almost everything has the potential to be smarter, including utility consumption in Affordable Housing. IoT delivers significant benefits to Affordable Housing owners and operators, and that will be the focus of the August 18, 2022, RealPage webcast NOI Boosting Strategies for Affordable: Sustainability & IoT. Join RealPage's Mary Nitschke, Vice President, Sustainability, and Chris Cranfill, Senior Product Manager, Smart Water Solutions, for an in-depth discussion about the ways IoT is enabling NOI boosting strategies in Affordable Housing by detecting anomalies before they become expensive problems.
Given that 30% of all water consumption is lost to leaks, 90% of apartment buildings have undetected water leaks — and 90% of undetected water incidents result in multiunit damage— it’s important for Affordable Housing owners and operators to be proactive in monitoring water consumption and spend. The August 18 webcast will introduce attendees to the latest technologies, which afford greater visibility into aspects of properties that are not typically metered, such as common areas. Being able to quickly detect water leaks and consumption disparities can enable you to get ahead of issues before they cause costly damage — and that can translate into significant annualized savings.
Sustainability is another area in which multifamily properties can become more cost-efficient. Discover how IoT is facilitating trash management and recycling to deliver significant savings in Affordable Housing.
Learn all this and more by attending our August 18 webcast.
Mary Nitschke joined RealPage as Vice President of Sustainability in 2019. Previously she was the Director of Ancillary Services for the award-winning Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc, where she had the privilege of managing both the resident costs and expense sides of the utility wheelhouse.
Mary is passionate about utilities, and should perhaps switch to decaf. She was the first president of the Utility Management Advisory board, possesses an Energy Resource Management Certificate from UC Davis, and two Bachelors of Art from UC Berkeley.
Chris CranfillSenior Product Manager, Smart Water Solutions, RealPage Inc.
Chris Cranfill is a Sr. Product Manager within the RealPage Sustainability team focused on building and supporting Smart technologies that promote sustainability and increased NOI for the multifamily market. Chris has over 25 years of experience in Information Technology, Cloud, SaaS, and IoT industries and, since joining RealPage in 2012, has been focused on building, selling, and supporting IT Outsourcing services, Utility Expense Management (UEM) solutions, and IoT/Smart technologies that provide actional data insights for clients.