Your Home: Is 'going green' worth the cost?

Real Estate Agent with HER Realtors 2005014002

The eco-friendly house (and renovation) has gone mainstream. But is it really worth the cost?
By Sarah Max, Money Magazine contributing writer
January 3 2007: 9:54 AM EST

"If you're building a house as a lifelong investment, it just seems like the right thing to do," says Jason, 32. And only a year after the house was completed, many of the upgrades are already beginning to pay for themselves, he notes. "Our friends' energy bills were almost double ours last winter."
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Keith Jeppson - Salt Lake City Real Estate
Everest Realty Group - Holladay, UT
Thanks for the link William.  A discussion I frequently have with clients.
Jan 06, 2007 01:53 AM #1
Tom Burris
NMLS# 335055 - Baton Rouge, LA
Texas/Louisiana Mortgage Pro - 13 YRS Experience

these days people dont stay long enough.

will be interesting to watch

Jan 06, 2007 08:12 AM #2
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