Tuesday, February 21, 2017

27 Reasons to Attend the New Jersey Builder Boot Camp

Over the past two years each Boot Camp has been different presenting speakers covering a wide range of topics useful by everyone in the home construction business. The Boot Camps this year will focus on real training, not just speakers introducing topics.


The March 15th Boot Camp in Toms River, NJ will be about energy covering current and upcoming codes, preparing your home for a better HERS rating, learning what works and what doesn't work in creating a High Performance home and then we tie it all together with to market your new HP, near Net Zero homes.

Here are 27 reasons you need to be there:
  1. New opportunities in High Performance building
  2. A different perspective on selling new homes
  3. A more effective way to start sales conversations
  4. Become bulletproof to competitors
  5. Beat larger competitors
  6. Make price less important
  7. Marketing your advantage
  8. Increase website traffic
  9. Take advantage of missed opportunities in the energy and High Performance market
  10. Become the energy expert
  11. Become the “go to” resource in your market
  12. Best insulation techniques
  13. Cost is not prohibitive
  14. Keep up with changing national energy codes
  15. Setting the house for better HERS rating
  16. How to overcome buyers objections to High Performance
  17. Net Zero is coming
  18. Show your customers how to save on energy
  19. Make customers love you
  20. Learn some simple energy saving techniques
  21. Increase profits
  22. Close more sales
  23. Stop speaking over your customers’ heads
  24. Why would someone want to pay more
  25. Find out why you should grow a pair—confidence sells
  26. How to work with architects
  27. Harness the power of visuals to improve your marketing
If having a real plan to attract new homebuyers to sign a contract with your company, then you need to stop, listen and learn what today’s customers are really looking for in a new home.

Harris Woodward, owner of Finish Werks in Savage, MD and a leading proponent of High Performance housing will take you through every step of building and selling an HP home. Your buyers are asking for it and Harris is the one person that can help get you ahead of your competition.

He will explain what does and what doesn’t work. How to price HP and go over the rebate process for you and your customer. His session alone could add tens of thousands to your bottom line every year.

Rick Terry, well know HERS Rater will be going over the new mandated energy regulations and holding a training session on how to prepare your new homes to meet the new standards.  

Rick is no stranger to modular construction having been responsible for training many builders in the fundamentals of construction at Penn College in Williamsport, PA. His extensive knowledge of what happens on the modular production lines in factories all over the Eastern US will give you an insight as to what our factories are doing right now to get ready.

This is not a “Why should you get ready” but rather a real hands on/question answering session to prepare you for the future.

Ken Semler, owner of Express Modular, will explain in detail the dynamics of attracting people to your website along with how to improve the working relationship between your factory and you. His company works with over 20 factories across the US and has seen just about anything you can imagine when it comes to working with factories.


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This is not a Boot Camp to miss.

The Builder Boot Camp will be held on March 15th at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Toms River, NJ from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM. There will be a Continental Breakfast Meet N Greet from 8:00 to 8:30 AM followed by the speakers. A huge hot buffet lunch will be served at noon.

Cost is $139.00 per person.  CLICK HERE to register. Seating is limited to 3 people per company.

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