RISMEDIA, July 14, 2011—I have a proposed solution to the imperiled mortgage crisis, and what’s more, it’s right in our backyard. Literally.
Each day, talking heads go on the air with negative talk that positions the current economic climate to appear hopeless—when in reality, it isn’t. As a matter of fact, it is far from it. The truth is that we are sitting on a gold mine; the only problem is that most just don’t realize it.
The hidden solution? It’s the treeconomy.
It’s quite simple, really: Money really does grow on trees.
Landscaping assets furnish homeowners with hidden equity they never even knew that they had. In a seemingly out-of-control economy, homeowners have more control than they may realize. Furthermore, said homeowners can gain back diminishing home value as well as for the first time insure landscaping and take advantage of high-worth plants on their property (such as large industrial parks, commercial property, etc.).
Horticultural Asset Management (HMI) is a source for standardized replacement costs and objective assessments of the health of trees and shrubs. Founded in 2003, HMI has amassed one of the world’s largest repository of horticultural data which includes current wholesale prices along with descriptions, cultural details, expert care instruction and even photographs on thousands of different trees and shrubs.
National segment after national segment goes on and on about the housing crisis. Each new doom and gloom headline only serves to confirm that our government is clearly at a loss for what to do. Everyone is digging for answers to the problem of how to protect eroding equity, but no one can see the trees through the forest.
I repeat: Money really does grow on trees.
Let’s plant the seeds today for a brighter future tomorrow—to get America back on track and to save the American Dream yet.
For more information about HMI, visit www.moneygrowsontrees.com.