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Sandra Marti…, Real Estate Pro in Lafayette Hill, PA
With home energy costs skyrocketing, the phrase "little things mean a lot" couldn't be more timely! Fortunately, many energy tweaks don't require a handful of money or a great deal of time to perform. Here… Read more
Blogged Tue Jul 15, 2014 by Sandra Martinez-Larkins General Area Going Green Home Ownership
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Jennifer Dav…, Real Estate Pro in Pottstown, PA
Jennifer Davidheiser answered:
What do you know about clean & green program?
Hi Kathy, My husband and I currently own a home in clean & green. It can be a great option to lower your taxes if you own 10 or more acres of land. Here is a link with the most up to d ... more
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Frank Dolski…, Real Estate Pro in 18901
With a heat wave staring us down, many of us can do little other than crank up the A/C and keep our fingers crossed that the energy bill for this month won't be too bad, or is there?  Well, there's… Read more
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Eve Gulla, Real Estate Pro in Fort Washington, PA
Call of email Eve Now!610-739-2710EveSellsHomes4U@gmail.co http://mwww.EveSellsHomes.comOld Tjikko – the Oldest Tree in the World (9,550 Years Old)The oldest individual clonal tree in the world is believed… Read more
Blogged Fri Jun 28, 2013 by Eve Gulla Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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Shawn Rosa, Real Estate Pro in Basking Ridge, NJ
Shawn Rosa answered:
We have only been in our home for 8 months. It appears that we have no equity. Need new windows but need to finance the cost. Is this possible?
check into federal governemt rebate programs for making energy efficient renovations/upgrades. new windows fall into this category. last year I was rebated $1500 for installing energy e ... more
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John Davis, Real Estate Pro in Limerick, PA
Adding green technology to a home can help homeowners save money in the long run, but some may not be able to afford the upfront investment. Several tax credits effective this year, however, can help homeowners… Read more
Blogged Thu Sep 22, 2011 by John Davis Going Green
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Gina Stango, Real Estate Pro in Exton, PA
How the First Earth Day Came About By Senator Gaylord Nelson, Founder of Earth Day What was the purpose of Earth Day? How did it start? These are the questions I am most frequently asked. Actually, the… Read more
Blogged Wed Apr 14, 2010 by Gina Stango Going Green
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Gerrie Sobit…, Real Estate Pro in Collegeville, PA
  Green Kitchen Remodeling By: John Riha Published: September 25, 2009 If you’re ready to remodel your kitchen and want to go green, here’s how to create the healthy, energy-efficient,… Read more
Blogged Thu Mar 4, 2010 by Gerrie Sobities-Associate Broker Going Green
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Kelly Gidzin…, Real Estate Pro in Bella Vista/ Southwark...
The Delaware Valley Green Building Council is hosting another Green Home Tour on Saturday Dec. 5th. This time the tour will be centered in Montgomery County and will feature three sustainably designed… Read more
Blogged Sat Oct 31, 2009 by Kelly Gidzinski Green RE Agent Going Green
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