Green real estate costs less, gives higher returns and is fast becoming the first choice for homeowners across the country
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Kauai, HI (PRWEB) November 19, 2010
Goldman Sachs. IBM. Hearst. Some of the biggest names in business are beginning to tap into the up-and-coming green real estate investing market. Thanks to the just-released Sepia System, smaller players can get in on the action too.
Sepia Kirkbride, the Founder and CEO of Green Real Estate Investing News and Ribbon & Gourd, Inc., has created an invaluable green real estate investing education resource that enables experienced and less-experienced investors to take advantage of the lucrative green real estate niche.
“We are moving toward a rapidly increasing demand for healthier, more economical and smaller spaces,” remarked Kirkbride from the company’s headquarters in Kauai. “What is especially great for new investors learning this early on is how relatively small the supply still is in relationship to this huge demand.”
The only green real estate investing course on the market, the 5-DVD program offers essential, insider knowledge that gives would-be green investors tips on everything from how to take advantage of government rebates to offset set-up costs, to how to increase a property’s value by 10% or more.
“The results of “greenhabbing” (green rehabbing, ranging from the very small to larger adjustments) are directly correlated to higher sales price, higher appraisal value, higher rents, and basically eliminating competition, even in a down market,” added Kirkbride.
“Green is equally smart financially as it is ethically.”
The company reports that there is a lack of comprehensive information on the “how to” of green real estate investing, and that the process can seem overwhelming and intimidating even for seasoned real estate investors.
Applying the expertise of Jim Simcoe, one of the nation’s leading green experts, the Sepia System teaches investors both how to go green, and how maximize profits. By applying simple green remodeling techniques, investors can enjoy up to 20% ROI.
According to the company, those investors who enter the green market during its infancy will enjoy the highest returns. Once the market becomes saturated, it will be less easy to do so.
“I designed this course to help investors stay ahead of the curve,” said Kirkbride. If you’re in the market right now, you know that it’s a new economy and an increasingly green one.”
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For interview requests, sample questions and story ideas about this green real estate investing education, please visit our Media Page on http://www.greenrealestateinvestingnews.com for more information and feel free to contact Sepia Kirkbride.
As the only green real estate investing education resource to have hit the market, The Sepia System is breaking ground to allow the everyman access to the future of real estate investing.