Melissa Ulbricht's Blog Posts Tagged 'use' (2)

Making the Invisible Visible: Valuing Energy Efficiency Improvements in a Real Estate Transaction

Often, when homeowners make improvements to an existing house, the most important aspects of home performance – including safety, comfort, energy efficiency, durability, and environmental impact – are literally invisible during key steps of any home sale or refinance transaction.

One result is that energy…

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Added by Melissa Ulbricht on August 19, 2013 at 1:44pm — 3 Comments

Modernizing the Residential Utility Disclosure Ordinance in Chicago

Back in the ‘80s, the Center for Neighborhood Technology and others helped the City of Chicago pass a residential utility disclosure ordinance that required the disclosure of heating bills when residential properties are sold or leased in the city. Why? Heating expenses constitute a significant home expense, and it’s important for consumers and Realtors to have access to this information.

Until now, complying with the ordinance could take up to two weeks: a Realtor submitted an…

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Added by Melissa Ulbricht on July 9, 2013 at 1:23pm — 3 Comments

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Kurt Shafer replied to Tom Conlon's discussion Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?
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Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?

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Griffin Hagle replied to Tom Conlon's discussion Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?
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Kurt Shafer replied to Tom Conlon's discussion Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?
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Glen Gallo replied to Tom Conlon's discussion Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?
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Kurt Shafer replied to Tom Conlon's discussion Whole House Fans - Love 'Em or Not?
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