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WASHINGTON - January 30th

As members of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) prepare for the launch of the NAHB National Green Building Program, they’re planning on getting educated – in droves.

Those attending the International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 13-16 have been filling their online show planners with educational seminars on all things green – from marketing sessions to technical presentations to courses needed to meet the requirements for earning the new Certified Green Professionalâ„¢ designation.

“NAHB has been preparing its members for the day that green building takes center stage in the marketplace,â€

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Originally posted by randynavarro

Green certainly can't be ignored.

My trouble is figuring a way to profit it from it. . . ethically.

What could a home inspector provide that the web couldn't?

P.S. Its kind of a trick question. I have a few ideas but wanted to see what others might say.

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Craig

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Green is upon us. The more we know the better for our clients. In Chicago, the Center for Green Technology offers a wide variety of seminars and classes on the subject. There are many buildings going up that are Green Certified. Get ahead of the curve. Any day you can learn something is a good day.

Rick

Home Inspection and Facility Services

Oak Park, IL

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