Tucson real estate : Green gets nod from appraisers

Tucson real estate : The nation’s largest professional association of real estate appraisers announced support for recently introduced federal legislation that would ensure energy costs are included in appraisals.

The legislation would help ensure that appraisers have access to data needed to analyze the value of  energy-efficient homes. Previously home owners had complained that the value of their energy related home improvements were not being consider in their home’s appraisal. The proposed legislation would instruct federal loan agencies to assess a borrower’s expected energy costs when financing a house.

Realtor Lisa Bayless specailizes in Tucson Catalina Foothills, Oro Valley and Marana real estate. Contact Lisa for all your Tucson real estate needs.

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