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Little Known Green Facts

Read these little known green facts to increase eco-friendliness!

  • Going green starts at home. The word "eco" traces back to the Greek word "oikos", meaning 'house'.
  • It is a fact that 70% of home buyers said they were more inclined to buy a green home in a down economy than a non-green home.
  • 62% of all state governments have adopted green building policies (with 18 states coming on board in the last 3 years alone).
  • Studies show that two-thirds of buyers are paying attention to green homes and buildings; they recognize the link between green properties, cost savings, and healthy living.

About the Author...
This Little Known Green Facts article was provided by Christina Asad Edwards, a Nationally recognized Realtor and Residential Relocation Specialist. Christina can be reached via email at Christina.Asad@RealLiving.com or by cell phone or text message at 937-205-4741. Christina has helped thousands of people move in and out of the Dayton Ohio area and other Southwest Ohio towns. For Ohio real estate and homes see Dayton Ohio Real Estate.

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Blog article provided by Christina Cavins, a Nationally recognized Realtor with Irongate Inc. Realtors. Christina can be reached via email at ChristinaCavins@aol.com or by cell phone or text message at 1-937-205-4741. For Ohio real estate and homes see Ohio Real Estate.

 

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Comment balloon 7 commentsChristina Cavins • August 19 2009 11:43PM

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Christina, and it only took five dollar a gallon of gas to get us there!

Posted by Kevin Cavanaugh, Lic. Associate Broker, ABR, GREEN (Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty) about 10 years ago

Great post. Gary Keller's next book is the subject of Green. It is a must today.

Posted by Terry Miller, Miller Homes Group and Tyler Apartment Locator (Miller Homes Group) about 10 years ago

Hi Christina.  The Green thing is not so much an issue here yet.  It should be but it's not.  There are very few builders building green here.  However there are several building Energy Star certified homes.  That counts a little toward a true green home at least.

Posted by Bob Murphy (Keller Williams Realty Consultants) about 10 years ago

hello

Posted by sarah almost 10 years ago

Christina,

I read about you on Agentgenius.com today. Congratulations on your focus on green.  We need lots more of you in the real estate industry!

Our company WAV Group recently published a paper called Make More Green by Going Green.  It's all about helping real estate companies figure out ways they can save time and money while going green.  It talks a lot about creating paperless transactions since it only take 12 transactions to kill a tree. Our industry has killed over 2 million trees just since 2005 and has created billions of gallons of waste water. I share your passion for figuring out more environmentally-friendly ways to sell real estate.

I have attached a link for you to download the paper for your information. There is also a paperless savings calculator you can check out to see how much money you might be able to save.

Thanks again for your commitment.

Marilyn Wilson
WAV Group

http://blog.instanetsolutions.com/

Posted by marilyn wilson (WAV Group) almost 10 years ago

I know green is in..it is a shame that it has the stigma of being too expensive to convert

Posted by Konnie Mac McCarthy, Broker/Owner - VA & MD "Time To Get A Move On!" (MacNificent Properties, LLC) almost 10 years ago

Thatis a great set of statistics. I did not realize that two thirds of buyers were considering green features. That is very encouraging.

Posted by Rick Wellington (Fonville Morisey ) over 9 years ago

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