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Brian Burke…, Real Estate Pro in 80129
Brian Burke -Kenna Real Estate answered:
Which is more important when purchasing a 'green' home: Saving money, or Protecting the environment??
I think it depends on the Buyer and what the Buyer's wants or needs are. I think the "Hip" thing with green homes is the protecting the environment. I think the benifit i ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Apr 9, 2012 Going Green in Denver
Kendra, Real Estate Pro in Jefferson County, CO
Kendra answered:
If I rent my home can I qualify it as commercial property? The reason I want to do this is that I have been
I would say that it depends on who you rent it too...if you rent it and it is run as a commercial property then I would think so, but I would recommend you speak to a real estate attorn ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jan 20, 2009 Going Green in Denver
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