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ButterflyMX Smart Intercom

The smart intercom

Secure and convenient property access from a smartphone.

  • Open and manage doors from anywhere

  • Video, audio, and text messaging

  • No additional wiring or in-unit hardware

  • Timestamped entry photos

  • Virtual keys and delivery PINs

  • Property management integrations

    ...and much more!

 
 

TRUSTED BY MORE THAN 2000 PROPERTY OWNERS/MANAGERS INCLUDING

 
 
 
 
 
 

Tenants, property managers, and developers

We built our smart intercom with you in mind. Tenants get keyless entry, two-way video calling, and managed access for service providers such as housecleaning or dog walkers. Property managers get photo-, date-, and time-stamped logs of door entries as well as integrations with PMS's including Yardi, Entrata, MRI, and Realpage for simple tenant management. And developers get an improved resident and property management experience without the need for in-unit hardware or additional wiring.

 
 
 

We're growing fast

Our smart, video intercom is already in more than 2000 properties, granting secure and seamless access to more than 210,000 units around the world. Here are some recent installations from our global network of multi-tenant buildings.

 
 
 
 Read full article:  Habitat

Read full article: Habitat

Recent press

According to market research company Gfk, more than half of all U.S. consumers are now using smart home/IoT (Internet of Things) connected devices to control or automate functions such as entry, temperature and lighting. But the multifamily industry has been much slower to adopt this tech, reluctant to make the investment when there's no way to predict their ROI.

That's finally beginning to change, at least when it comes to building new apartments. "We're starting to see many of our owners trying new things; they dabble a little bit in the latest and greatest, like smart locks or smart thermostats,"  said Sherry Freitas, Greystar's Managing Director, real estate strategic service. But adding this technology piecemeal isn't the best approach. "We find that creates a broken system; smart technology should provide a good experience from the beginning to the end."