Jan L. Green PC

About

jan l. green, REALTOR®

MY MISSION

As an EcoBroker & NAR GREEN® designee it’s my personal mission to raise values for homes with sustainable and energy efficient features by following a specific process to make sure that homes with these features receive more value by a green trained appraiser. When interviewing potential selling clients, a more detailed interview takes place to ensure that every one of these features is addressed in the sales process. Assisting buyers by asking those extra questions regarding chemical sensitivity, allergies, respiratory issues, and pointing out energy efficient features is the difference between a real estate agent and an agent with training and skills necessary to understand the features and benefits to create comfortable interior spaces while reducing energy bills.

boards, committees & groups

Jan Green is a leader in the real estate and green industry. Her experience and involvement in the community helps provide better solutions for housing, health and the environment.

  • President of Sustainability Advisors PBC
  • Member of National Association of REALTORS®
  • Member & Instructor of Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS®
  • Member of Green Chamber of Greater Phoenix
  • Volunteer, Residential Committee, U.S Green Building Council, USGBC, Arizona Chapter
  • Founder of the Green Group

FUN FACTS

Jan enjoys sight seeing around Arizona, hiking different trails, and visiting an occasional antique shop. Outside of real estate, visiting her 3 daughters and their families that include 8 grandchildren is a great source of fun!

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INTERVIEWS & FEATURES

How to Buy an Energy Efficient Home

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Jan Green: The Future of the Industry

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Phoenix homeowner's AC bill is $77, thanks to energy efficiency efforts

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Jan Green: Member Profile

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