Nov 5 2013, 2:04pm CST | by PR.com
Mission Viejo, CA, November 05, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Eileen Oldroyd with Oldroyd Realty has been selected from a distinguished pool of candidates to receive the 2013 EverGreen Award from the National Association of Realtors’® (NAR’s) Green REsource Council.
Eileen Oldroyd was nominated for this annual award based on her commitments to the green industry, as well as her work within the community.
Oldroyd was selected for the 2013 EverGreen Award by an independent panel of green industry professionals.
She has been an outstanding leader in the green real estate community. Some of Oldroyd’s achievements within the community include being the 2013- 2104 Chair of the Green Committee with the Orange County Association of Realtors and 2013 President Elect for the Women’s Council of Realtors, South Orange County Chapter. Besides working with her association to educate agents on green construction and reducing waste, her proudest achievements are organizing a local shred day and driving her 1985 Mercedes diesel sedan that runs on waste vegetable oil.
Oldroyd also serves a broad range of clients to help them make choices about sustainable or energy-efficient living, and provides an outstanding knowledge base and set of resources. She has made a visible difference for green buyers in the Orange County real estate market and local community.
Oldroyd has demonstrated that she is the source of knowledge and experience in working with individuals interested in green and sustainable issues, and has shown a strong dedication to this flourishing niche of the real estate market Oldroyd’s exemplary acts deserve this special recognition, as they exemplify the principles of good practice among real estate agents.
You may contact NAR’s Green REsource Council by telephone, (800) 498-9422, by e-mail at GreenDesignation@realtors.org, or by visiting the Web site, GreenREsourceCouncil.org.
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