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Shawn Rosa, Real Estate Pro in Belleville, NJ
Shawn Rosa answered:
How important is it to buyers today to have a "green" home?
A huge proportion of buyers still do not require green technology in a prospective home, but at a minimum most want efficient windows and appliances
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Laura Gianno…, Real Estate Pro in New Jersey
Laura Giannotta answered:
I am in contract on a home in Jackson. I saw the info poasted here on energy rebates. If I paid the 150 for
Here's another link for the joint program of the NJ Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and the NJ Clean Energy Program (NJCEP). This is the place to find out more information on your home ... more
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Toula N. Ros…, Real Estate Pro in Forked River, NJ
Toula N. Rosebrock answered:
how can i reach property owners?
Hi Frank:
As Mark responded here also, it depends what you need from these owners. If you can elaborate a bit, perhaps we can get you in the right direction.
Thank you,
Toula Rosebr ... more
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