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SentriLock's BlueTooth® REALTOR® Lockbox

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The SentriLock Bluetooth® REALTOR® lockbox helps make showing and selling properties safe and efficient. This video highlights system advantages and newest features.

SentriSmart™Mobile App Agent Safety Feature

The SentriSmart™ Mobile App includes the Agent Safety Feature allowing REALTORS® to alert contacts in the case of an unexpected or potentially dangerous situation.

How it works: When using SentriSmart™ app to open a lockbox, the Agent Safety Feature will launch. This feature will automatically alert your designated emergency contacts when you do not or cannot confirm you are safe.

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Now Available: On the Spot Property Data

NAR members now have direct access to RPR® property data through SentriLock’s SentriSmart app. Read the announcement

SentriLock Supports Boys & Girls Club

The spirit of volunteerism is strong at SentriLock. SentriLock recently sponsored a Holiday Party with their local Boys & Girls Club. They've also held other events including the "Back to School Supply" drive, raising enough funds to fill their complete commitment of backpacks loaded with school supplies!

The Bluetooth® REALTOR® Lockbox Advantage

  • Bluetooth® compatible
  • 100% assembled and supported in the USA
  • User-replaceable batteries
  • Holds keys, fobs, and cards
  • Compact, jam-free design
  • Above and beyond standard industry certifications

The SentriSmart™ Mobile App Advantage

  • Open lockboxes and releases shackles with smartphone or tablet
  • Receive instant showing notifications

The SentriCard® Advantage

  • Reliable alternative key
  • Custom membership ID card
  • Automate event attendance
  • Secure member voting
  • Automatic member surveys
  • Track open house visitors

One Day Code Advantage

Secure keyless access for:

  • Contractors
  • Appraisers
  • Out of area agents
  • Locked-out homeowners

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