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Giselle,  in Germantown, MD

Does anyone know of a good marketing tool that doubles as an energy efficiency advice for clients?

Asked by Giselle, Germantown, MD Thu Aug 21, 2008

It shouldn't be too expensive either...

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Good timing. There is a special deal going on right now thru August 28. As we head into the winter heating season, many homeowners are thinking about their increasing utility costs. Help them make small changes to save money at home by giving them a copy of the handy Real Estate Edition Energy Saver$ booklet, filled with info and helpful tips straight from the Department of Energy! All my clients have LOVED it!
A customized brochure makes a great stocking stuffer for your holiday marketing campaign, or can be used as part of a basket of energy-saving closing gifts. For those of you who have not placed your order yet remember that there are only a few days left of this special campaign. Take advantage of this opportunity to customize the brochure with your Company name and/or logo on the back page. (See details in order form).
Ordering has been brisk so don’t miss out on your opportunity to order multiple copies of this special Real Estate edition of the Energy Saver$ brochure.
Remember that after August 28th, you will only be able to purchase the generic version without your imprint on the back cover.
You can use the link below to navigate to the Energy Saver$ ordering Web site, or copy this link into your browser. Just register with a user ID and password of your choosing and you can place your order directly on line.

Your customers and clients will thank you for helping them save energy costs at home!
1 vote Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 21, 2008
This might be higher on the expense side. You could offer a gift certificate or closing credit to discount an energy audit. http://www.resnet.us/directory/raters.aspx I am finding that first-timer buyers are especially interested in the extra savings. In our area audits are about $400. I worked out a discount on my base price with the guy I use most often. it is such a great place to start on improvements! Chances are your client would get back thru savings on whatever they have to kick in to do the audit. I am getting some bounce on this even from people who don't earn the credits (ie, they are consumers, not clients) because it is so novel. Good luck! See my blogs about energy audits for more info. http://www.greenreedyhomes.com/?cat=9
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 5, 2009
I send out a monthly e-newsletter to my clients and I include tips from my home inspectors, with their permission, of course. Emails are free, (they just take time) and when there is something valuable in them, people tend to open them, not delete them.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 21, 2008
Yes order this booklet and you can customize it with your photo and logo.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 21, 2008
That is an excellent question. Yes, you can offer a free detailed HVAC inspection and work with a local HVAC contractor. Many contractors are happy to stop by for a free check-up and introduce their services, plus the client has the comfort of a referral. You can also form a partnership with them to offer service plans to your clients. As you know, the heating and cooling system generally consumers a large amount of energy and there are often improvements available.
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