Electronic Lockboxes

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with A Denver Home

One of the new tools I use to provide my Sellers with superior service is the Electronic Lockbox.

Denver real estate is still behind the times a little when it comes to lockboxes.  With the advent of Electronic Lockboxes and all of their benefits, Denver Realtors still have not latched on to the idea.

Sentrilock Electronic Lockbox

My favorite feature of the Electronic Lockbox is its enhanced security for my sellers.  If you utilize old-style lockboxes, once somebody has the code, there is the potential for them to revisit or share the code with somebody else.  This is primarily an issue with one-time contractors that might get access from the Seller.

With the Sentrilock Lockboxes available in Denver, you can provide everyone wanting access to the property with their own discreet code.  Not only is it a "one-time" code, but I can review all of the access events to the property with a time stamp, verifying who has actually accessed the property.

Although the Electronic Lockbox is not required in Denver, you might consider them as a "value added" service for your clients.  My Sellers truly appreciate the additional safety and accountability offered with the Sentrilock system. 

If you're a Seller seeking an Agent with state of the art tools and capabilities, contact Denver Realtor John Basila.

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Pat Champion
Coldwell Banker Camelot Realty - Mount Dora, FL
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Great tool for you to have for your sellers it does provide them with the added security they need.

Jan 25, 2011 08:39 AM #1
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Joetta Fort
The DiGiorgio Group - Arvada, CO
Independent Broker, Homes Denver to Boulder

I've been wondering about these, but have read some pretty serious concerns about them too. Do the buyers' agents have to buy any special keys? It sounds like it's just a code, and would be easy enough to use.

Jan 25, 2011 08:48 AM #2
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John Basila
A Denver Home - Littleton, CO

If you utilize a showing service, they can give out the codes.  You can also pull them up on the website.

Easier access is with the access card - you only have to remember your pin & not write down the long code.

If you purchase the boxes, you get a card, too.  If everyone got one, you'd only have to carry your access card!!

Jan 25, 2011 08:58 AM #3
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Ann Allen Hoover
RE/MAX Advantage South - Hoover, AL
CDPE SRES ASP e-PRO Realtor - Homes for Sale - AL

I haven't seen this kind of lock box.  We use the Supra boxes that open with an electronic key......which I need to go charge, thanks for the reminder!

Jan 26, 2011 02:11 AM #4
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