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Nathan Doxsey, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Nathan Doxsey answered:
Where is a good place in Austin to BUY a natural rain collecting barrel?
There is a good list of products and suppliers in the Austin area located at www.dickpeterson.com and you can find out about rainwater harvesting rebates available through the City of A ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 3, 2014 Going Green in Austin
Betina Forem…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Betina Foreman answered:
Are there any concerns over water usage during the summer months in Austin?
The cities of Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Cedar Park, Leander and Spicewood all have watering restrictions. How severe they are depends on the level of drought. We have been in ex ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 24, 2013 Going Green in Austin
Betina Forem…, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Betina Foreman answered:
Home Owner Association rules about solar panels.
There is a home in 78746 with solar panels that's for sale right now. This home is on Westwood, and it was built this year and has 4 beds, 4 baths, 2 car garage and is listed for $ ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 6, 2012 Going Green in 78746
Alison Shuman, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Alison Shuman answered:
Can I re-coup the money spent on a new metal roofing when selling a house?
If you want a metal roof, put on a metal roof. You can then enjoy it. Unfortunately, you will be unlikely to recover the cost when you go to sell.
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 20, 2011 Going Green in Austin
Sharon Selig…, Real Estate Pro in 78669
Sharon Seligman answered:
Are the benefits of a green built home clear to you, as a buyer or selling agent?
I must disagree with Bruce. In fact, the methods of identifying and rating the "green" status of a home are quite sophisitcated and continually improving. A LEEDS rating, Leadership i ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 23, 2008 Going Green in Austin
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