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The Green MLS: Putting the Pieces Together in Your Market
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The Green MLS: Putting the Pieces Together in Your Market

Join EcoAction Partners at our second Colorado Green Building Guild workshop of 2013. Learn about our regional Guild chapter, the Green MLS fields, & Energy Efficient Mortgages and Financing.

11/19/2013
When: Tuesday, Nov. 19
1-4 pm
Where: Wilkinson Public Library Program Room
100 W Pacific Ave
Telluride, Colorado  81435
United States
Presenter: Peter Rusin
Contact: Kim Wheels
(970) 728-5208

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Join EcoAction Partners at our second Colorado Green Building Guild workshop of 2013. Learn about our regional Guild chapter, the GreenMLS fields, & Energy Efficient Mortgages and Financing.

Intro to Green MLS Fields

Peter Rusin* will discuss the "Green the MLS” recommendations that have been adopted by Colorado MLSs covering 97% of the state.  Learn about the history and impact these new fields are having on the real estate industry in Colorado and how to build momentum in our area.

 

Making Sense of the Green Fields & How to Market Them

1.  Putting context to the green fields

2.  The importance of getting the data collection right

3.  Putting context to how listings are marketed today

 

The session will be an open discussion where you can get your questions answered. Find out how to use these fields in listing a home, its impact on the appraisal process, and how to help sell homes that are not high performing!


Telluride Region Green Building Guild Membership 

Requested Donation for this event (non-members): $25


Continuing Education Credits Available for Realtors! (2 hours)

RSVP by November 12Click here, or contact Kim Wheels atkim@ecoactionpartners.org, or call (970) 728-5208 to reserve space.


 

*Peter Rusin is the residential program associate for the Colorado Energy Office. He works on programs and policies to increase the energy efficiency of residential buildings in Colorado and to reduce the barriers to valuing energy efficiency in the home buying process. 

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