SafeShowings, an app created to deter crimes committed against real estate professionals and homeowners, announces that it will, once again, participate in Startup Alley at Inman Connect New York, Jan. 28-31, 2020. Inman Connect is a three-day event where more than 4,000 real estate professionals invest in their business by listening to presentations, participating in discussions, and networking. Attendees include real estate franchises, independent brokers, MLS and association leaders, tech entrepreneurs and marketing executives.
“I am looking forward to sharing more about SafeShowings and how it can help real estate professionals become more productive and most importantly, safe,” said Helen Hudson, founder and CEO of the SafeShowings app. “It is important we are there to show how SafeShowings is on the cutting edge of technology and continues to advocate for agent safety and beyond.”
In addition to securely recording a driver’s license or facial image, there are several additional features, to include: an open house option which enables the real estate professional to quickly and easily capture images of everyone who crosses through the door during a set time. There is also a feature that enables the user to alert emergency contacts with just a click of a button.
SafeShowings is the first app of its kind. It captures images of the potential buyer’s face or driver’s license, in real-time. If you are unable to end a SafeShowings, it not only notifies your emergency contacts, it securely captures the image of the buyer’s face or driver’s license of the perpetrator. This approach is a strategic deterrent of criminal behavior because the person intending to do harm will be trackable or will be deterred altogether. Plans range from $9 per month to $99 per year, there are enterprise level plans offering discounts to offices, teams, and associations. For more information, visit, safeshowings.com or call 800-268-8437.