First-time Homebuyer Energy Efficient Seminar in Somerville MA

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Results

Hi,

I'm trying to gauge the interest level of first-time homebuyers who would be interested in attending an event, possibly in Davis Square Somerville sometime in the beginning of September, for first-time and other homebuyers who are in currently searching the real estate market and thinking about upgrading their future purchase to an energy-efficient, more comfortable home.

I plan on having a solar installation vendor, a home energy rating inspector, a radon/air quality inspector, and a lending representative with knowledge of green financing options present, each giving a 15-20 minute overview of their services.

If you would be interested in attending such an event, please let me know by sending me an email to tim.cahill@remax.net or sending me a comment on here.

In the interest of disclosure, I am a Certified EcoBroker real estate agent and you may wish to check out my web site at: www.CyberGreenRealty.com

Thanks for reading!

--Tim Cahill

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Christine McInerney
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Interesting concept- did you get much interest in this seminar??

Aug 03, 2009 02:38 PM #1
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Tim Cahill
RE/MAX Results - Arlington, MA
MBA, EcoBroker

Hi,

No responses (from here at least).  Oh well....my plans have changed slightly anyway.

I'm now organizing an Energy Efficiency Home Seminar in Arlington MA for all homeowners and want-to-be homeowners on how to make their home more energy efficient either before putting it on the market or at the time of a purchase. 

So far I have vendors from the following areas lined up:  Solar/PV, Geothermal, Radon/IAQ Inspection, a green builder (Boston Green Building, Inc.), and a Home Energy Rater.  I'm also planning on having a mortgage pro available to help discuss the alternative methods for financing green improvements.  Now I just need to figure out how to advertise this as cheaply as possible!  :-)

Thanks for asking, ladies!

-Tim

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