Hillary Gaynor EcoBroker and Realtor® Green
Some services don't immediately sound particularly "green." A
"Green Realtor" can sound like one of those suspect phrases. After all, what could a realtor do to be green? The answer is "A whole lot." Being as paperless as possible and keeping up on as much education as possible can distinguish a realtor for being green. But, there's more, a lot more. Becoming fully certified in LEED housing practices, attaining full designation as a Green Realtor ® and networking with clients and contractors to connect green businesses with potential customers make up just a sampling of what Hillary Gaynor, Green Realtor with the Bean Group, has done to become the go-to Realtor on the Seacoast for sustainability.
What makes us green?
- LEED certified, certified EcoBroker and Realtor Green
- Education is a priority; up-to-date on all of the innovations in home construction and renovation to upgrade efficiency and utilize renewable resources.
- Educates the prospective homeowner about where those improvements could appear in a home or what energy-saving features the home already has.
- Educates buyers and sellers about the up sell value of renewables or efficiency measures in a home
- Carpools from a central location instead of taking separate vehicles.
- Conserves paper whenever possible, bringing spec-sheets to a property only if she knows that they won't be available at the site.
- All of the promotional material she prints is done through RAM Printing, an environmentally friendly printing operation.
- Volunteers regularly in the community
- Closing documents signed electronically as opposed to the long paper trail that ordinarily exists in at signing for any given property.
In the News
- Local green economy on the rise in spite of economic challenges
- Local Businesses, Community Celebrate Earth Day By Giving Back To Seacoast
- 'Eco-Realtor' looks to build up Green Building Council's state chapter
- Eco Broker expects big things from NH Green Building Council
- "Eco-Broker" Expects Big Things From U.S. Green Building Council’s NH Chapter