The growing trend in new homes is green building- there is no denying that. Green is definitely the wave of the future and it's not going to be going away anytime soon. In fact, every year the push for green environmentally friendly homes gets stronger and builders are trying to keep up with the demand.
As a real estate investor you'll see that a lot of the greener houses are further from the center of the town. This brings up the question of location versus green. It is harder to find green homes in already - established and wanted areas. Is location the winner here?
Location is and will always be a primary factor for a house choice. While there will be some people that will be willing to alter their choice of location to green it up, the vast majority will be looking for a home in prime locations.
Finding green in prime areas
More and more people are presenting the green features in their real estate listing. This makes it much easier to narrow down your choices when you are looking for something green in a specific part of town. It's merely a matter of finding the greener homes in the location you want and then viewing them.
You can find a Shoreline green house as well by simply by looking at the potential of a home. A house with small windows may easily be modified to have large picturesque windows that allow the sun to come streaming in. It may be easy to add a skylight. There are a lot of modifications that can be done to a house to green it up. Some are more expensive than others. If you fall in love with a home, look at its green potential before writing it off entirely. This gives you the freedom you need to find a green home in the right location.
Talk to your agent about your choices for going green in Shoreline Let him know that it is a priority for you that some green features are in the home or can be easily set up. There are a lot of little things that can be done to make any home more environmentally friendly and your agent can tell you more.
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