This is just my experience with the buyer's currently in the market.
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That being said, it's been my experience that that is the last thing a buyer would think about.
Here is my top 5 buyer concerns
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None of the buyers I have worked with have specifically asked about this, however, one of my more recent sales had the "green" issues included, and it was a nice addition. The buyer bragged to his friends about that feature. Perhaps in the future it will be more desired by buyers.
My recommendation to a homeowner who considers using "green" features in a home? Do it to reflect your own values, because it's the responsible thing to do, and for the tax credits to which you can avail yourself. You can't count on the potential buyer valuing it as much as you do.
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