Homeowners: Stay On Top of Your Tenants

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Remember this recent story of Miami homeowners who were slapped with stacks of fines from Miami Beach City? It’s a homeowner’s nightmare. They had leased out their properties under one-year contracts, only to discover that their tenants were breaking one very important—and illegal—rule in their lease: no subletting. But how could the owners ever find out? Fast forward to the secret installation of smart locks, trashed homes, stolen furniture, and tens of thousands of dollars in fines. It could happen to anyone.

That’s where Party Squasher comes in—a tool to empower property owners. By keeping track of the number of mobile devices (and therefore, people) in a vicinity, Party Squasher provides an owner with knowledge they wouldn’t otherwise have. So you’ve leased out your house to a lovely couple, but now there are six people residing there? You’ll know about it.

No more three-bedroom houses rented out to sleep 12. No more holiday renters you don’t even know destroying your home. No more surprise fines for something you didn’t do.

The small alert device connects to your internet modem and keeps a tab on the number of people in your home—twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Just download the app, and you’ll receive a text message when the amount of people rise above a certain number—a number which you manually select yourself.

At just $149 USD for the first year, and $99 USD for every year after that, Party Squasher’s fee is a small price to pay for peace of mind.

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