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Green energy grants available for consumers to go green


  • GreenHome 5 5 years ago

    Katrina, Great article. I am in the greening of buildings business, GreenPoint
    Rater N/E, and have
    thought to include facilitating homeowners in interpretating, and determining
    eligibilty for various funds. This is a great step towards informing the public
    of these many programs. Their are many others coming down the pike as well. Great job.

  • GreenHome 5 5 years ago

    oops, I should have proof read my last comment, wrong use of "their", there.

  • Emily Lutz 5 years ago


    Have you noticed a significant spike in resale value once a property "goes green?" This may make for an interesting article if you haven't explored it already...


  • GreenHome 5 5 years ago

    It's been demonstrated in municipalities that have a green label on their MLS, like up in Oregon, that everything else being equal, a house with green features, certified with a recognized green label, sells for more. Here, the introduction of a residential green label, of which there are several, is starting to take hold in the bay area real estate MLS. A GreenPoint Rating which I am qualified to rate is by far the front runner in the bay area. Look up website of for more info.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

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