As we live in a time of recycling, we must come to the realization of housing properties and the effects of living in a Green time.
Ownership or Renting, which is viable option for you? I know we want to own our homes but everyone is not capable of ownership, so what’s the answer to the Real Green with Rental Properties.
As a home owner, I have always tried to figure out how to add solar panels or create generators for energy in my home. Why can’t we have rental properties with green technology, so we can educate the tenants on why housing recycling is important to us all.
Well, we can with the understanding of not destroying rental homes because we do not own it. At some point we are all accountable for something green in this world we live in. The housing industry in no different based on fixing, remodeling, and selling homes in everyday business.
The Real Green with Rentals helps you explore the possibilities of recycling properties not just for profit but for the realization recycling. Everyday I realize how energy has evolved and it continues to grow.
Would you rent a home with solar panels for energy? I ask this question because we need to know answers about energy sources that can save us money. Of course, I could rent one of my home for so much money a month. But why not rent my home that has green technology to save a potential client money in the future. You would probably ask why would anybody be concerned with saving a potential tenant money. The answer is real easy for me because it alleviates the pressure paying rent in a timely matter.
All, I can say is some people have the wrong perception about home rentals. How can we expect a person to take care of something that they don’t own. Well, I believe we can with a little education, nurturing and love about the situation.
I hope this has enlightened a few people about change because we live in a world of change. We really need to change our housing market and stop judging people on the perception of what they own. As a responsible citizen I want to do more on bridging the gap with recycling housing for a profit. I think the correct term in the business world is flipping for a profit.