Going Green in 98104 : Questions & Answers

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Kim Mulligan, Real Estate Pro in Seattle, WA
Kim Mulligan answered:
What is the most energy-efficient way to heat your home?
Much of this depends on your home and where it is located. I am currently ditching my old oil burning furnace and going through the Community Powerworks Program. I get rebates and low c ... more
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The Cascade…, Real Estate Pro in Issaquah, WA
The Cascade Team Real Estate answered:
I have a single family home in Seattle and I was planning to sell my house in about a year. I was wondering if it is a worthwhile investment to buy a
Washer and Dryer are usually not included in the sales of homes, so you could also consider how much you like these and plan on keeping them when you move. As far as an investment. In a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jan 14, 2011 Going Green in Seattle
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