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Going Green in 60654 : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Feb 5, 2015
Sari Levy answered:
Thu Mar 22, 2012
Daniel Cullen answered:
Absolutely....and I want the waitress at the coffee shop to be 'Green Certified' as well as my barber!

Are you kidding me? I've been listening to lies, half truths, exaggerations, embellishments, and a boatload of balderdash coming from the mouths of R. E. agents for 12 years.

Do I really want to listen to them bloviate about their idea of a green building?

No thanks.......find someone who actually knows something about construction and get your advice from someone a bit less likely to blow green smoke up your butt!

By the way....I do not mean to denigrate those fine upstanding agents with whom I have worked closely over the last dozen years; you all know who you are and that my rant does not apply to you.

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Sat Oct 17, 2009
Maria Morton answered:
Green is becoming more desirable according to recent surveys. However, most buyers at this time say that they would like green building components but are not willing to pay for them. As costs come down, green will be found in more homes. ... more
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