Hopefully, that's where green realtors can help. Or can they?According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, realtors branding themselves as "green" are nearly popping out of the woodwork right now.
In some cases, it's merely a convenient marketing strategy for a realtor who has very little green knowledge. In other cases, the brokers are actually offering clients a great service, especially clients with limited green building or design familiarity. These truly helpful brokers are often certified by EcoBroker International, which educates realtors on eco-friendly homes and marketing (which means they've actually taken classes on the subjects).
The article makes a compelling argument for individuals who are set on either buying green or selling their green home to use such a realtor.
We're curious ... Have any of you worked with a "green relator"? How was the experience?
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