How Builders Benefit From Deconstruction
How builders can take advantage of deconstruction and donation benefits to grow their brand and their business.
Why Should Builders Choose Deconstruction
Deconstruction allows builders to offer more value to buyers and the deconstruction process takes virtually no additional effort on behalf of the builder. Residential remodeling and development is a highly competitive business. Clients are looking for a builder with the knowledge, skill, and experience to complete the project and help them save money on the project. Deconstruction gives you a unique opportunity to impress your clients by providing a creative cost-saving tool that makes a transaction more valuable and cost-effective while delivering tangible benefits to the community and is “green-friendly” to the environment.
When a client is considering a major renovation or the property is a complete teardown, the builder can offer a way for the seller (or a buyer of a redeveloped property) to receive a tax benefit from the deconstruction and donation of salvageable materials and make the builders offering more attractive. This deconstruction and donation can provide tax benefits as a competitive advantage, creates more winning bids, and lead to smoother transactions.
Since Green Donation Consultants facilitates the process, the deconstruction process requires virtually no additional work to the builder. Also, your clients will be grateful that you saved them a considerable amount of money.
Benefits to the builder include:
- A Competitive Advantage and More Referrals
- Strategic Selling Tool to Close the Sale
- No-Cost, Salvageable Materials Value Estimates
- Virtually No Additional Work for the Builder
Deconstruction is also the creative way to structure a purchase or sale contract to provide additional value for your clients. This deconstruction differentiator allows a builder to provide sellers their price while adding back tax benefits without grossly overpaying to ultimately beat out the competitors’ bids on the property.