Denver Colorado Real Estate Broker Goes Green

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Colorado real estate broker, Bob Connors of Real-a-Save Real Estate, has committed to running a "green" brokerage beginning in 2007. In addition, Real-a-Save is a new, very proud sponsor of the Boulder-based Center for ReSource Conservation (CRC). Real-a-Save can be found at

We fully support the CRC and their mission. We believe in doing our part to protect the great state of Colorado, the state we call home.

Real-a-Save, a Denver based real estate firm, has firmly decided to make a commitment to our environment beginning in 2007. Real-a-Save is Colorado's Green Real Estate Broker.

Bob Connors, Founder and CEO of Real-a-Save has made it very clear that he is serious about, "creating an efficient, socially responsible Colorado company that leaves this beautiful state in better shape than we found it."

"We made a green decision when we decided not to lease commercial space," explains Bob.

Real-a-Save works with a cutting-edge company that handles their office staffing, receptionists, and conference room needs with fantastic efficiency and professionalism. Bob Connors believes that there is simply no need to have a standing real estate office in this digital age. In addition, Bob Connors does a great deal of business from his highly successful website:

"Computers, fax, scanners, phones, and email are all we need. Eighty percent of Colorado home buyers use the internet to find resources. Why should we waste energy to have an empty office when most of our Realtors are busy showing our homes listings?" asks Bob.

"We meet all of our real estate clients needs, as needs arise, in beautiful shared offices in Boulder, Downtown Denver, and the Denver Tech Center-- all without the waste and resource drain that accompanies opening a dedicated commercial real estate space," he explains proudly.

However, when the meeting is over, Bob and the real estate professionals that work for him will be leaving the office as well. Bob likens it to turning off the lights when you leave the room.

In addition, Real-a-Save LLC just purchased their first green company car: A Toyota Prius, a hybrid vehicle that gets up to 61 miles per gallon on the highway.

Bob does get some playful teasing however.

"If the men who read this are anything like me, they know I made a good choice. You know that baby can fly like a Porsche with a nitrous oxide tank!"

Bob is approaching his 40th birthday "with the grace of a portly ballerina", so it doesn't hurt that the car is so sexy. The human ego still needs a boost now and again, and Bob claims that the Prius is a real hit with the ladies.

"Okay, it may not be the sexiest car on the planet but our company has been intentionally green from it's inception. We've spent much time and money to create a secure, paperless, digital environment to house the documents associated with every real estate transaction. Our clients will never generate the huge volume of paper normally associated with real estate deals. Everything we do is digital and documents are stored for our clients right on our website."

Very impressive, we think. These Realtors are tech-savvy and environmentally conscious.

Finally, as of press time, Real-a-Save has become an official Business Member of the Boulder, CO-based Center for ReSource Conservation, or CRC.

The CRC is a 501c3 non-profit organization. The CRC's main office is located in downtown Boulder, CO and is staffed by committed environmental professionals whose expertise ranges from representing Boulder in the Colorado Legislature to the foremost expertise in backyard composting. They focus on water, waste, energy and green building (low-impact home building).

"We fully support the CRC and their mission. We believe in doing our part to protect the great state of Colorado, the state we call home."

Bob Connors is Founder and CEO of Real-a-Save LLC, a Colorado real estate broker offering home buyers a 75% rebate of the broker's commission and flat-fee homes listing service. Real-a-Save can be found at

Bob blogs about the Colorado scene, real estate and otherwise, at


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