Buyers: Why Green is Worth It

I am jumping up and down in excitement seeing Carla Davis write about this in today’s Realty Times.

Buyers: Why Green is Worth It

For new and existing home buyers alike, the options to”green up” homes abound. Green upgrades on homes offer two-fold benefits. They contribute to a healthier environment, both now and in the future, and they can save homeowners big when it comes to energy costs.

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Dear readers, this is why I am a believer in green homes. My husband and I even bought a green home. I want to help more people live in green homes. Talk to me if you have questions about what makes a home green and why it is important. I am a Built Green Certified Professional Real Estate Agent!

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About Wendy Hughes-Jelen

Wendy Hughes-Jelen is a Seattle-area Realtor® who is EcoBroker Certified® and is a Earth Advantage® Broker AND Built Green® Certified Professional. She helps people find and create their own healthy home, and is trained to assist those with chemical sensitivities, asthma, allergies, or other health concerns that indoor air quality can impact. Wendy is certified to use Energy Star's Portfolio Manager for Energy Efficiency Accounting and Benchmarking ( Be sure to look for Westside Green Living With Wendy on Facebook.
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2 Responses to Buyers: Why Green is Worth It

  1. nel17 says:

    Going green is definitely worth it simply because it has a lot of benefits both for human and the environment. Green oriented sites such as discuss how window tints can be labeled as one of the most effective way to conserve energy consumption for less compared to other green related technology.

  2. Patrick says:

    Thanks so much for the information. Great real estate stuff.

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