The Green Building Center, an eco-friendly building that is opened by Ashley Patterson in Salt Lake City just as the Wasatch Front— providers of a searchable property listing service for Utah, and the style en route for eco-friendly building and modernizations initially take off.
Seven years later today, the “green” faction still has a little energy. But the same situation can not be compared for the real estate boom that ended suddenly in 2007.
Ashley Patterson said that the company’s sales development had started to stage-off during the summer of 2008, and by October that year, their sales just plunged.
With eco-friendly building construction and remodeling activities are losing for its third successive year, Patterson assumed that she had no other option but to close-up her home-supply eco-friendly company at 1952 E. 2700 South.
Last fall, Patterson had also closed a Park City spot that was opened in May 2008. There is no doubt that the eco-friendly building market was affected by the real estate decline in Utah.
Patterson legitimately closed the access of her company to the public on September 30, 2010.
She also said that it’s hard not to feel bitter when she saw the banks, which she considers as the prime reason behind this crisis, and for her financial problem.
Patterson’s company that provides commercial and residential remodelers and builders for eco-friendly building was also affected by tighter lending process, which is set-up after the country’s foreclosure crisis.
To make things worse, numerous eco-friendly building materials are a lot more costly than conventional supplies.