Thinking of selling your home? Certify it green first and put some extra profit in your pocket

A study conducted by researchers from UC-Berkeley and UCLA analyzed data on 1.6 million California homes sold over the last five years. The findings suggest that green certified homes (LEED, GreenPoint Rated, Energy Star) sell for an average of $34,800 – roughly 9% - more than comparable homes witho...

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