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Creating an Environment Friendly Real Estate BusinessBY: Deena David | Category: Nature | Submitted: 2010-06-16 12:27:54
Article Summary: "Real estate businesses are notorious for wasting time and resources. Learn how the business can save the environment by going green..."
Real estate business is one of the most interesting businesses that is present. The business is also one of the most risky businesses that is available. The reason for this is the recent recession and also the various problems that are facing the economy. When the world's economy is on a growth spree, there will be a lot of people trying to buy properties even with a very high cost. On the other hand, when the world is down into a depression, there are very few people who are actually interested in purchasing any property.
People try to keep their money in the banks so that they will be safe. They do not want to buy properties. One of the main reasons for people being scared of buying a property is that the recent sub prime crisis had decreased the value of property so much that people do not want to invest in a asset that can decrease in the price.
In this scenario, real estate agents have a lot on their minds and being environment friendly is the last thing in their minds, but still, there are many real estate agents, especially the big ones who are trying to make sure that they are as environment friendly as possible. There are various methods that they can use to be environment friendly and they are listed here.
1. Paper work:
There is a lot of paper work that is involved in the process of buying and selling property. Some of these paper work can be decreased and this will go a long way in decreasing the carbon footprint that each of these companies are leaving. There are various methods in which the paperwork can be decreased and the organization should take care that they try to use the best methods possible.
2. Reducing faxes:
Faxing various amounts of information to other companies is one of the major methods of wasting resources. It also uses up a lot of paper. This can be reduced if the company tries to ensure that the communication between various agents and organizations is conducted through the internet or the telephone because it is possible to have the same effect of communication as fax does.
3. Other methods:
Other than the communication, detailed plans are also made on paper. Even for these things, the use of computers and other latest technology will help to ensure that the company is able to decrease the wastage of valuable resources. In fact, it will also help the company to save a lot of money in the process.
4. Storage devices:
Another important method in which a lot of resources are going waste is the storage devices. There are a lot of storage devices that are used by the companies and these can include hard disks and even the computer, Compact discs. This will reduce the need for files and papers. Using technology driven storage devices will prevent paper wastage and make the company environment friendly which can also help to reduce the carbon footprint.
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