Home Security Cameras – Best Way to Protect Your Tenants

For most homeowners or managers, there is a disproportionate number of single women, adults, and single mothers with perhaps one or two children. Their main concern when shopping for an apartment is: how safe and secure the condo is.

Not surprisingly, most residential complexes that are more than 10-15 years old do not have security added in their building systems management. In the general scheme of things, this puts them at a disadvantage with new buildings, upgraded old buildings that have surveillance cameras or security camera systems.

Negligent Security in Apartment Buildings

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The idea of having security cameras indoors and/or outdoors is to send a message to bad guys: "We're watching you so don't mess with our tenants." The most common types are complete surveillance systems with four to sixteen cameras and more. 

Everything is included, including the bracket for attaching the camera. All assumptions have been lost. The included software splits the screen to show each camera. Another effective option is perhaps the most advanced camera on the market today.

This is a high-speed dome camera with a tilt zoom (PTZ). This high-tech baby can be used indoors or outdoors. It has 360-degree surveillance with an incredible 216x magnification, ideal for reading license plates from 100 meters away. There are other options, but it's the best.