Henry Pye

Vice President, Technology Services, RealPage
henry.pye@realpage.com

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Henry Pye is vice president, Technology Services. His team provides advisory services related to voice, video and data services, access control, audio-video and lifestyle technologies, and other low voltage amenities to multifamily developments, acquisitions, and existing communities. Henry has managed resident technology services for hundreds of communities in the U.S. and Canada. Previously, he led the JPI Resident Solutions team providing expertise and advice internally to JPI and third-party multifamily owners. Prior to that, he worked in JPI’s Luxury Multifamily Development, Luxury Multifamily Acquisitions, Student Living Development, Student Living Acquisitions, Market Research, Project Finance, and Information Services departments. Henry authors the “Owners Corner” series for Broadband Properties Magazine and co-chairs the Multifamily Education Series for the Broadband Properties Summit. He has authored numerous articles and is active in industry organizations and conferences. In 2002 and 2006, Broadband Properties Magazine included him in its quadrennial listing of the Most Influential People in Real Estate & Technology. Henry graduated with a Master of Business Administration degree from the SMU Cox School of Business and a Juris Doctor degree from the SMU Dedman School of Law in 1997.

Are Your Consultants’ Interests Aligned with Yours?

Technology services that you offer to your residents—specifically voice, video, and high-speed Internet access—can dramatically affect the net operating income of your properties. Often, these services can be a great source of revenue for property owners in the apartment and rental industry. Additionally, providing high-quality, reliable technology services to your residents improves the marketability of[]

When Focusing on Revenue, Don’t Forget to Consider the Liabilities, Too

When providing voice, video, and high-speed Internet services to residents, property owners sometimes focus too hard on the potential revenue from these services. However, unless contract negotiations cover both sides—the potential revenue and liabilities—owners may find themselves shelling out much more than they bargained for originally.

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