It’s Earth Day today and all this week, we are going to be covering sustainability topics. What better way to kick off the celebration than by participating in NAR’s Green REsource Council? As CRT looks to the future, we believe that the more information that our members have about sustainable technologies, the better. The best way to kick start you on this path is by getting NAR’s Green Designation. Here are some of the benefits you get with this designation:
- Access to customizable members-only marketing tools to help you build your business and gain a competitive edge
- A comprehensive understanding of what it means to go green and the concerns of consumers seeking green knowledge about real estate
- Valuable real estate education that differentiates your market focus and broadens your abilities in the eyes your clients, prospective clients and associates
- Enhanced ability to participate in the green real estate market
- Ongoing specialized training and exclusive designation benefits and resources that help you stay on top of green real estate issues and trends
- Placement in 4 directories:
There are three courses that can be taken online:
- Green 100: Real Estate for a Sustainable Future
- Green 200: The Science of Green Building
- Green 300: Greening Your Real Estate Business
The courses run for $130 each or you can get a discounted bundle at $339.00 for all three.
In honor of Earth Day and in partnership with the REALTOR Benefits® Program, NAR’s Green REsource Council is running two specials:
- 25% off each Green Designation Course: This flash sale discount is available on Earth Day (April 22) for purchases of Green 100, 200, or 300.
- 25% off the Green 100-200-300 online bundle: This sale is available throughout the month of April.
Find out more about the Green REsource Council and how you can participate. It’s full of tremendous resources in this emerging field. As we move forward into the future this knowledge will only serve to add to your value for your clients. Thanks for listening and have a great Earth Day.