When Buyers Ask About Energy

REBAC Staff

Today’s buyers may face limited housing options, but that hasn’t hurt many buyers’ interest in high performance homes.

What defines a high-performance home? These properties primarily offer money-saving features related to energy and water use that reduce their operating costs, and may include features that improve comfort and indoor air quality. They also go by other names, including resource-efficient homes, smart homes, or green homes.

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