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Real Estate Connect 2013- "The Latte Vision"

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Craig Savage commented on Laura Reedy Stukel's blog post The New Granite is...Siding! Really?
"Hello Laura Maybe home performance contractors can make lemonade from the "bad news" lemon.....about the popularity of siding  A study by NJIT titled "ReSide Tight," shows that when residing contractors *carefully* install…"
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The New Granite is...Siding! Really?

My friends in energy efficiency have been patiently waiting for granite to fall out of favor as the sexiest way to improve your home, and add value when you sell.So the good news is that the 2013 Realtor & Remodeling Magazine Cost vs. Value Report shows that the ol' kitchen remodel (minor) is 6th overall, major…See More
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Tony Richardson commented on Laura Reedy Stukel's blog post Commit to advance the "State of the Union for Green Value"!
"Boy, you sure nailed it in your excellent overview of 'how the precarious union is working' today pertaining to the real estate market properly identifying and valuing green features or certifications, HPH’s, in today’s…"
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"First - I've been a fan of Malcolm Gladwell even before he published his books (which are a consolidation of his magazine articles) and have all 3 books. Second - incentives and education for early adopters already exists (Energy Star for…"
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The New Granite is...Siding! Really?

My friends in energy efficiency have been patiently waiting for granite to fall out of favor as the sexiest way to improve your home, and add value when you sell.So the good news is that the 2013 Realtor & Remodeling Magazine Cost vs. Value Report shows that the ol' kitchen remodel (minor) is 6th overall, major…See More
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Nate Adams commented on Laura Reedy Stukel's blog post Mapping the Market Triggers for an Efficiency Tipping Point
"Awesome analysis. I'm out educating and using every incentive I can find, so I'm on the right path for now!"
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Commit to advance the "State of the Union for Green Value"!

It's State of the Union time, and another union worth looking at is the state of value for high performance homes (HPH).  The image below shows how value comes only through a union of some unlikely stakeholders!So how is this precarious union working anyway? First the good news.Step 3 above - Green MLS.  Green MLS activity seemed to have peaked in 2010. But there are bright spots ahead.  The …See More
Feb 15, 2013
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Mapping the Market Triggers for an Efficiency Tipping Point

We've been talking about Market Transformation of energy efficiency for a long time.  And the home sale transaction has been long viewed as a lever that can create a tipping point.  Last week I attended a meeting focused solely on the High Performance Home (HPH) transaction.  Last year I delivered a keynote address for a builders' conference entitled …See More
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Real Estate Connect 2013- "The Latte Vision"

"The Latte Vision" - Digitizing the real estate transaction can help High Performance Homes in particular.
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High Performance Home Simple to Buy - Like a Latte???!

A group of industry visionaries has set out to make the home-buying process as simple as buying a latte! It's an inspired vision of simplicity and data-sharing all built around the consumer. Latte Vision Video According to their website, Inman News is the leading source of independent real estate news, information, advice, research, opinion and commentary for industry…See More
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Laura Reedy Stukel commented on Sandra K. Adomatis, SRA's blog post Transaction Process Summit on High Performance Houses in Washington DC on January 30, 2013
"Sandy - Outstanding recap of this meeting. It was inspired conversation and hopefully will shape a path for working better together.   As Tony already stated, you highlight that education needs are both top down (from builders/contractors to…"
Feb 2, 2013
tedkidd commented on Laura Reedy Stukel's blog post Do Words Matter for High Performance Homes?
"Nice work Laura!  I guess words matter when results matter, so the answer when it comes to energy efficiency appears to be predominantly and unfortunately; no.   "
Jan 24, 2013
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Do Words Matter for High Performance Homes?

When people consider high performance homes the term “label” gets used most broadly – in both a positive or negative context.  In general, when people talk about distinguishing homes related to energy efficiency, or other greenness it is referred to a label.Also, the available research on sales of high performance homes tends to use the presence of what is called a label as the means to distinguish one population of homes from another.But in reality a label, or labeling is one of four core…See More
Jan 23, 2013
Laura Reedy Stukel posted a blog post

Do Words Matter for High Performance Homes?

When people consider high performance homes the term “label” gets used most broadly – in both a positive or negative context.  In general, when people talk about distinguishing homes related to energy efficiency, or other greenness it is referred to a label.Also, the available research on sales of high performance homes tends to use the presence of what is called a label as the means to distinguish one population of homes from another.But in reality a label, or labeling is one of four core…See More
Jan 18, 2013

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The New Granite is...Siding! Really?

My friends in energy efficiency have been patiently waiting for granite to fall out of favor as the sexiest way to improve your home, and add value when you…

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Commit to advance the "State of the Union for Green Value"!

It's State of the Union time, and another union worth looking at is the state of value for high performance homes (HPH).  The image below shows how value comes…

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Posted on February 15, 2013 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

Mapping the Market Triggers for an Efficiency Tipping Point

We've been talking about Market Transformation of energy efficiency for a long time.  And the home sale transaction has been long viewed as a lever that can…

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Posted on February 12, 2013 at 7:51pm — 2 Comments

High Performance Home Simple to Buy - Like a Latte???!

A group of industry visionaries has set out to make the home-buying process as simple as buying a latte! It's an inspired vision of simplicity and data-sharing all built around the consumer. Latte Vision Video

According to their website, Inman News is the leading source of independent real estate news, information, advice,…

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Posted on February 2, 2013 at 8:00am

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At 1:04pm on April 13, 2012, Jan Green said…

Thanks, you too!

Jan

At 2:38pm on April 12, 2012, Jan Green said…

Yes, I know Melisa Camp. She was LEED Advocate and I was building Committee Chair for RGBC.  She's now moved up to USGBC, Central Branch, and I'm the Realtor Committee Chair for RGBC.  We worked together for 2 years on several initiatives in Phoenix.  it's funny how this is such a small circle of people, and across the US!

At 3:08pm on October 7, 2011, Gary Kahanak said…
Certainly, Laura.  I met her just once, when I took a 1-day seminar she gave when a local builder brought her to our area in NW Arkansas.  I've been trying to spread her gospel ever since.  So, by all means, I will funnel comments and experiences from the field your way, so you can pass them on to Sandy.  Thanks for friending me!
At 7:31pm on September 3, 2011, jerry gentile said…

Hi Laura- thank you for your enthusiasm and vital support of energy improvements and my own personal endeavors.

 

At 12:54pm on February 3, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Laura,

 

You can easily pull an RSS feed into your profile. Go to your My Page, look in the left column near the bottom for RSS feeds.

To post in the communityblog however, you need to manually post. I hope you'll share here, the community enjoys blogs from members.

 

Thanks,

Diane

At 10:56am on February 3, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos andupcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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