This full day workshop is an additional offering of the popular EEBA Houses That WorkTM educational series focused specifically on the needs of builders and new home sales specialists/agents. The session will also be of interest to general full service real estate agents, manufacturers’ representatives and housing program or utility personnel. This presentation applies proven sales techniques to the task of helping sales agents educate home buyers on the technical features of High Performance Homes. This will empower home buyers to make better decisions with respect to energy efficiency and other technical advancements. This workshop includes examples, case studies and role plays relevant to both custom and large volume builders and draws on the successes of many builders who have already realized the benefits of selling High Performance Homes. The workshop is applicable to all regions of the country and is readily adaptable to local housing programs and national programs such as ENERGY STAR, LEED for Homes, or Zero Energy Ready Homes.
Participants should be new and experienced builders, sales agents / specialists, marketing and product managers employed or contracted by builders, contractors, building supply sales representatives and housing program officials. Participants will leave with a much deeper understanding of the technical features of new high-performance homes and the dozens of valuable benefits they offer to home buyers. Attendees will be expected to participate in a series of group exercises, case studies and role plays that will integrate the technical features of high performance homes and will enhance the retention of material presented. Participants will learn a defined sales process that will help them do a better job with the fundamentals of educating clients on the benefits of the technical features of high performance homes. The process will also prepare participants for handling many objections that new home buyers may have as they consider the purchase of a high-performance home. Participants will be given reference sheets and support materials to take away for future use.
Note: This workshop will be tailored to the specifics of the area in which it is delivered. That is, it will reflect local climate conditions, common local building practices and local energy efficiency or green building programs.
The following sessions are scheduled and open for registration:
The following are additional targeted locations for 2019 and 2020. Dates and details are coming soon:
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