Another customer site dispatched by Los Angeles County intends to interface Southern California home purchasers with realtors prepared to assist them with understanding green home highlights. GreenHomeAgents.com, managed by the Energy Network, will help purchasers find Realtors who are educated about green homes and home loans, including energy discounts and redesign financing. The site gives a registry of the neighborhood, authorized realtors who have finished the National Association of Realtors’ Green Designation preparation.
“Home purchasers would now be able to go to these ensured specialists for direction to pick a more agreeable, solid, and cash saving green home, or to buy a more seasoned home and redesign it to be more energy proficient with lower service bills,” said Howard Choy, senior supervisor of the region’s Office of Sustainability. “This new site makes it simple for customers to discover a specialist and read more about the advantages of performing green redesigns at the hour of procurement.”
These exceptionally prepared realtors can coordinate with their customers to hire workers, home execution trained professionals, and moneylenders. Who can help them make green home enhancements moderate and straightforward through liberal energy discounts and financing that permit them to fold green redesigns into their current home loan?
The Energy Network was made in 2012 by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to work with inhabitants and organizations to propel energy reserve funds across Southern California. Across its 12-district area, the Network has defined an objective to help at any rate 400 authorized realtors acquire NAR’s Green Designation in 2014. The Energy Network has postponed Realtors’ expenses to go to instructional courses where they realize what components make a home sound and productive and how any home—including a project—can be changed into an energy-effective dwelling. They likewise acquire abilities to extend their business to serve the developing shopper interest for green homes.
The Energy Network is also preparing home appraisers to evaluate the estimation of a home’s green highlights, from sun-oriented to protection.