Residential Deconstruction  --  February 4, 2021

How Real Estate Agents Can Benefit from Deconstruction

Deconstruction allows buyers to afford more, prevents sales delays, and takes no additional effort or cost on behalf of the agent.

Real estate is a highly competitive field. Clients are looking for an agent that has the knowledge, skill, and experience to assist them in saving money. Deconstruction gives you a unique opportunity to impress your clients by providing a cost-saving tool that also benefits the environment and their community.

When a client is considering demolition, the high initial costs can delay a sale. Deconstruction can offer tax benefits to off-set the delay, leading to smoother transactions.

Your clients will be grateful that you saved them a considerable amount of money and it does not require any additional work or cost to the agent.

Benefits to the Agent:

  • Competitive Advantage/Referrals
  • Strategic Tool to Close the Sale
  • No-Cost Estimates
  • No Additional Work for You

What Is Deconstruction?

Deconstruction is an environmentally friendly alternative to demolition because it diverts waste from local landfills, and returns re-purposed, recycled materials to the community for reuse. Usually this results in significant tax savings for the party who is donating the materials.

How Deconstruction Works:

Step 1: Receive an Estimate: Green Donation Consultants provides a no-cost, no-obligation estimate of your property.

Step 2: Choose a Charity: Choose a tax-exempt charity from a national network of non-profit organizations that can utilize your donated materials.

Step 3: Deconstruct Your Property: We connect you with trustworthy deconstruction contractors that will walk you through the entire process from start to finish.

Step 4: Receive Tax Savings: We provide a final appraisal document with the required IRS Form 8283 for your accountant for inclusion in your tax return.

Want to learn more about the deconstruction process? Contact Green Donation Consultants at (800) 870-3965 today!

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