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I am an EcoBroker® and an EarthAdvantage S.T.A.R. Sustainably Trained Real Estate Professional. I have participated on a local USGBC LEED board also on the Green Building Council for the HBA (Home Builders Association) Also a volunteer on the local MLS Advisory Board. Besides helping home owners or property investors I am interested in nitch marketing and I have found my nitch in Green, energy efficient, high performance homes. I like how the industry of real estate in progressing and what it takes to be successful.



Strike While the Iron is Hot!February 1st, 2008If there ever was a time for someone to get your attention it would be now. You have been watching the real estate market and wondering, "when is the right time to buy? Have prices reached the bottom yet? Can the interest rates get any lower?"   It i...
What will you do Different? Well let's see. Along with record weather we have record interest rate cuts. Defaults, short sales and foreclosures are on the rise. Home prices have dropped from their lofty and wishful altitudes. In some parts of the country banks are unloading properties en masse. I...
Recently I was talking with a Real Estate agent in Southern California looking to do some  networking for people that want to sell their property and  move to Oregon.  I was incredibly surprised at his response when he questioned what we really had to offer to anyone thinking about moving somepla...
With the tremendous emerging "Green & "Sustainable" new home construction market I think it would be a big mistake to build a conventional "to code" house in todays alerted world. Our area has reached a tipping point in this lull of new home construction. I think it is an advantage for Builders t...

Don McCoy

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I am your advisory source for Energy Efficent, Healthy, High Performance Homes or Green Built Homes in Southern Oregon and Jackson County. Why live in Southern Oregon?