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Mitchell Fel…, Real Estate Pro in Brooklyn, NY
Mitchell Feldman answered:
What is the average cost for converting a one family home in Brooklyn from oil to natural gas?
Dear Theresa:

The cost to replace a heating system in that size house would usually be about $5,000.00. If you want to separate the hot water, that would cost you an additional $1,50 ... more
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Grace Morioka, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Grace Morioka answered:
In this market do you think green development will sell?
Hello Yakov!

Unfortunately, even here in California (a highly environmentally conscious state), I would have to agree with Joe that the current housing buyer will not necessarily ch ... more
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Joseph Runfo…, Real Estate Pro in Staten Island, NY
Joseph Runfola answered:
I have noticed some new houses with copper roofs, is this a status symbol, or are they something new?
Hello Yakov, Copper and copper alloys, such as brass and bronze, are showing up on roofs, entryways, facades, gutters, and downspouts. Even though it is quite expensive to purchase and ... more
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Bill Eckler, Real Estate Pro in Venice, FL
Bill Eckler answered:
the name of the owner
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Could you rephrase your question?

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