"It's not easy being green..."
I think Kermit may have missed it. It seems that it IS easy being green, and it's profitable too, so I hear. NAR has focused on green housing boom, and many brokerages (and agents) are pursuing the Eco-Broker designation.
More and more agents are utilizing the "mobile agent" approach - no longer tied to a physical office. Consumers are looking for more energy-efficient housing. Global climate change has become an important political factor. So here are my questions for the group:
What demand have you seen in your business for eco-friendly agents/brokerages?
Have you (brokers and agents) pursued the Eco-Broker designation and has it been worth it?
For brokers: Has the Eco-Broker designation helped with your recruiting?
Thanks for your comments!