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Works with numerous third party devices. Supports multiple wireless protocols. Cons: No professional monitoring. No backup battery. Cannot trigger camera recordings. Bottom Line: The Wink Lookout starter kit gives you everything you need to start monitoring your home using your smartphone.

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In a study by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where more than 400 incarcerated men and women who were convicted for burglary were interviewed, more than half stated they would look for an alarm before robbing a house and, if an alarm system was present, most would move on to another. Another study by ­­­­­Rutgers found that an increase in the number of home security systems in an area correlated with a decrease in the number of residential robberies, even for people who didn’t have their own security system. Best OverallArlo QThe Arlo Q is an excellent security camera with great video quality, strong motion and sound detection and a generous free cloud storage plan. View SiteBest Battery Powered CameraArlo UltraThis 4K camera delivers some of the best video we've seen. View SiteBest 1080p Battery Powered CameraArlo Pro 2The Netgear Arlo Pro 2 provides a great combination of software, free cloud storage and video quality. View SiteNeed to keep an eye on your house from anywhere?Small, stand alone Wi Fi or wireless security cameras also called IP cameras are easy to set up; can stream video to your phone, tablet or PC; and will send you alerts if they detect motion or loud noises.

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However, as there are many leaders already in the home security business who have a good track record, it would be smart to simply become a dealer in the security systems already available. Many of these established businesses provide franchise opportunities that you can take advantage of. Research the top home security systems and decide which type of security system you are interested in working with as a dealer see Resources. Sign a contract with the company you want to promote. Make a business plan. Once you have decided upon the type of home security system you will deal in, you will then be able to determine how much capital you need to raise and whether you have enough funds to do it yourself. Consider whether you can fund your security system dealership yourself through personal funds or credit cards, or whether you should instead secure a small business loan. To obtain a small business loan, you will need to write a business plan to show how your business will succeed and what it will entail see Resources for links to help in writing a business plan and to obtain loans. Many surveillance cameras and audio bugs emit radio waves and can be identified by a standard RF radio frequency detection device. Conduct a “sweep” of your home with your bug detector. Surveillance devices are often hidden in walls or ceilings, so look for any spots that appear to be spackled or recently concealed.

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