Examining the financial value of energy-efficient buildings.
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In most buildings, energy consumption has significant influence on financial performance. Energy efficiency is notoriously hard for real-estate stakeholders to track—and easy to overlook. This fact sheet explores this important issue and details the highlights of a 2012 IMT report on energy costs, energy performance, and appraisal of property.
IMT and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability USA have partnered to create a toolkit of 11 policies and programs that local governments can implement today as part of a of multi-policy approach. The toolkit highlights successful local programs and best practices that governments can use to establish their own policy and program mix, based on local … Continued
Goal: Enable the market to internalize the financial impacts of energy efficiency by reforming standard residential underwriting and appraisal practices. Read what IMT’s Cliff Majersik has to say about addressing this issue by clicking on the PDF.
A respected industry leader, Cliff is a pioneer of concepts in real estate and building performance policy that optimize energy use and help transition to a low-carbon economy.
Part 2 of 3 in our new Underwriting Efficiency blog series.
Part three in our series recognizing IMT’s 20th anniversary.
Mounting financial, regulatory, and environmental pressures in several markets combined with a growing demand for high-performance buildings and sustainable spaces requires real estate decision makers such as mortgage lenders, appraisers, and investors to expand their knowledge and efforts to properly identify, value, and underwrite buildings with energy-saving and sustainable features. By adequately factoring building energy … Continued
Insights from the lenders.
New study examining D.C.'s real estate market shows homebuyers pay a premium for green.