Surveillance cameras connected to 911 emergency centers may become the future of property security.
As landlords and real estate investors we know only too well the responsibilities to protect our properties and our tenants. This breatkthrough may become a weapon of choice for many of us.
So far the new system is being tested by real estate investors/rehabbers like Charles Hill of Chicago.
After his rehab was being vandalized he decided to hook up his cameras to the police.
The main advantage is first responders will know exactly what is happening on a property and where to send help in real time.
This could possibly save properties from vandalism, but possibly may stop arsons and fires as well as save lives.
Read more about home surveillance cameras in Homeowner links camera to city cops