Green Homes DO Have Added Value!

March 1, 2010 at 2:51 pm Leave a comment

Check out the latest from USA today:

Green homes sell for more and faster than other homes

Just what we’ve been waiting to hear!  Jami and I have been trying to get the attention of area appraisers in this regard – the industry’s understanding of the value of energy efficiency, indoor air quality and environmentally responsible building materials has been dragging well behind consumer interest. 

We’ll say it again – green, that over-used and much-abused word, is here to stay.  Let us know what you think, and we’ll keep you posted on great examples of Return on Investment scenarios for eco-upgrades adding value in the local housing market.

On another note… our new website will be up and running very soon!  Keep a lookout…


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Who Are We?

Libby Hunter and Jami Stutzman are local Cincinnati Realtors and members of the U.S. Green Building Council who have a passion for sustainable living. Environmental responsibility lies at the core of our business practice - let us show you how we can help with ecologically-minded real estate needs. Please browse our blog, visit our local green vendors' websites and if you are in the market to buy or sell a home, let us show you how green features can make all the difference in your experience!

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