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Statement from Executive Director Cliff Majersik
The SAVE Act, introduced by Senators Isakson (R-Ga.) and Bennet (D-Co.) on June 6, 2013, is proposed legislation that would instruct federal loan agencies to assess a borrower’s expected energy costs when financing a house. Better information about a homeowner’s monthly expenses will, at no cost to taxpayers or the current deficit: Enable better mortgage … Continued
As the U.S. housing stock ages and energy prices climb, more robust strategies and financing mechanisms are needed to drive energy efficiency renovations in existing homes, particularly among low- and middle-income households. To date, residential retrofit strategies have broadly targeted homeowners, with less emphasis placed on leveraging the home purchase process to trigger renovations early … Continued
FHA rule factors efficiency.