One popular misconception is that living green requires a lot of investment. However, according to Jetson Green’s Preston Koerner, that is certainly no longer the case. Koerner cites recent data indicating that 51% of all LEED certified homes also meet the guidelines to be considered affordable housing.
Considering the growth of green building products and green housing in general over the last several years, this news should come as little surprise. With greater demand for high-quality green hosing, prices naturally had to begin to recede. As Koerner reports, there are expected to be another approximately 79,000 LEED-certified home units “in the pipeline,” further demonstrating the clear demand and staying power of green housing.Tweet
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