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What if the US Residential Market Went Paperless for 1 Year?

WHAT IF the U.S. residential rental market went paperless for 1 year? 118,700,000 3.1 applicants per rental unit* 3 pages per application 9.3 total pages per х rental unit 2.8 applicants that apply* 2 pages per background check = 5.6 total pages per background check Total Number of U.S. Households** renter occupied 40,119,000 (34%) owner occupied 78,583,000 (66%) 1.4 tenants sign a lease x 10 pages per lease 14 total pages per rental unit 10 landlord's copy of lease single family 13,812,000 (34%) 2-4 unit structures 7,611,000 (19%) 5 or more units 17,027,000 (42%) mobile homes & other 1,670,000 (4%) -39 LEASEDRUNNER pages to rent 1 unit * 2011 US CENSUS DATA LEASERUNNER DATA PAPER SAVINGS 1,564,641,000 sheets of paper saved (yes, that's 1.56 billion) $796,413,150 dollars landlords would save in paper and printing TREE SAVINGS While it is impossible to project how much paper can be produced from a single tree, since size, age and wood density are major's some stats to think about: 184,075 trees cut down each year to supply the paper for the rental market 9x imagine filling EVERY NFL football field in the U.S. with 3,129,282 reams of paper densely populated forest 9 times AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West ENERGY SAVINGS 222.5 Billion BTUS saved if the rental market went paperless for 1 year. 124,065 142.2 60W light bulbs burning 24/7/365 BTUS needed to produce 1 printed page NUMBER OF RENT CHECKS 71% of renters still pay rent by paper check 341,813,880 annual rent checks saved if the rental market went paperless 32,369: miles worth checks attached end to end - which would wrap the Earth 1.3 times! – the paperless way to lease your properties

What if the US Residential Market Went Paperless for 1 Year?

shared by kcatoto on Mar 23
Have you ever wondered what kind of impact going completely paperless would really have? While 1 person’s action may be a good start, to have an entire market go without using paper would mean quite...




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