Latitude Regenerative Real Estate Inc. is pleased to announce the expansion of their real estate services to the greater Seattle community.
Latitude is a national real estate brand that has been pioneering Regenerative Real Estate™ since 2019. With a mission to help people and planet thrive. Latitude has carved out a real estate niche – working with people and properties that cater towards human and ecological health, sustainable technology, and climate change resiliency.
Latitude Founders Neal and Alissa Collins, a dynamic husband-and-wife duo, recently moved to Whidbey Island from Portland, Oregon. Initially, they set out to help real estate buyers make informed decisions to save them money, reduce their carbon footprints, and transform conventional houses into healthy and vibrant homes. However, they found the need to help sellers that had already made significant investments in their properties connect with buyers that share their sustainable values.
A regenerative listing is not just a high-performance home with the latest green technology; the desire for healthy, resilient, and regenerative dwellings looks different depending upon who you talk to. As co-founder Neal Collins says, “A high-performance home like a Passive House or a Living Building attracts a different buyer than someone looking for a homestead where they can raise their own food and live closer to nature, yet both types of buyers share similar values of wanting to live in a way that doesn’t degrade the environment or jeopardize the future of the species.”
Latitude currently works in approximately 20 cities across the US. Their sales agents go through extensive training to effectively combine the roles of a marketing professional with a sustainability consultant. The company refers to these professionals as Change Agents rather than real estate agents since the breadth and scope of the role is much more than just facilitating transactions. As a result, the brand has become a magnet for people interested in green and community-oriented real estate categories such as passive and energy efficient houses, intentional communities, non-toxic environments, homesteads, farms, and natural buildings.
Their debut listing in the Seattle region is a 12-acre homestead on the Hood Canal in Brinnon, Washington (MLS #1870670). The open concept home comes with an accessory dwelling unit, solar hot water heating, edible landscaping with raised beds, a greenhouse, two mushroom grow houses, a two-horse stall barn with pasture, a seasonal creek, and a meditation pond. There is also additional acreage with a personal hydroelectric home that produces several thousand dollars a year of electricity that could be part of the sale.
“The intent is to find a buyer that is looking for a deeply inspiring property set in nature that is brimming with potential,” Collins says. “The seller cares about the future wellbeing of the property that isn’t just measured by the amount of timber and natural resources it has. A potential buyer candidate could be someone looking for a homestead on the Olympic Peninsula or someone wanting an escape from the city. The property has great southern solar exposure, and with the existing grapevines and access to water, it would be an ideal location for someone wanting to start a boutique vineyard.”
For more information regarding the Brinnon listing or about Latitude, please visit chooselatitude.com/journal/briarwood. The company is excited to grow the Regenerative real estate category in the Seattle region. They are currently looking for value-aligned licensed team members, homebuyers, property sellers, and service providers.
Anyone wishing to learn more about Latitude and regenerative real estate can visit the company’s website at www.chooselatitude.com, follow it on Instagram @latitude.regenerative.re, tune into its show The Regenerative Real Estate Podcast.
Company Name: Latitude Regenerative Real Estate
Contact Person: Neal Collins
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Address:115 Second Street
State: WA 98260
Country: United States