LEED Certified Home On Marco Island

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Marco Island in the Gulf of Mexico, a small island with only about 18,000 residents is getting its first LEED-certified green home. The home on Marco Island is under construction by Kevin Williams Construction.

What Is A LEED-Certified Home?

LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. It's a symbol of excellence in “green” building. The LEED certification is recognized worldwide, because these buildings save on electricity, lower carbon emissions, and create healthier living and working environments.

On Cathy Roger's blog, the Marco Island real estate agent featured a post about the home under construction as it's sure to be the first of many LEED-certified homes on the gorgeous Florida Island.

Marco Island Area Expert

Real estate agent Cathy Rogers is your Marco Island area expert. Rely on her for your monthly market report for Marco Island. Turn to Cathy Rogers for Marco Area resources. Also, if you're in the market for a new home, check in with her for the very latest information on real estate available near Marco Island. Cathy, a longtime resident of Southwest Florida, focuses on real estate on Marco Island and Naples. She offers over 12 years of real estate experience and a lifetime of area knowledge. She's consistently in the top one percent of REALTORS® in the Marco Island marketplace. She excels at her job and it shows. She has over 120M in sales. She even sold the highest priced home on Marco Island in nine years. She focuses on luxury waterfront homes and condominiums.

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