Energy Efficiency Pays

September 8th, 2005 by Peter Schmelzer

Fannie Mae is now giving credit for designing resource-efficient housing! Their new Energy Efficient Mortgage recognizes energy savings as qualifying income, allowing home buyers and builders greater purchasing power.

Highlights from the Fannie Mae site:
– Recognize energy savings as qualifying income
– Allows energy improvements to be financed
– Increase home-buying power
– Improved air quality and comfort
– Lower energy costs and household expenses
– Increase the value of your home

Financing is now available to help you build the efficient home of your dreams.

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  1. Vivus Architecture + Design » Blog Archive » Energy-Efficiency and Mortages Says:

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