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Quantifying Value for High Performance Homes
Green Energy Money, Inc. (GEM) offers appraisers “high-performance” valuation solutions to advance green building practices in their markets. GEM’s strategic alliances of certified energy raters and national green appraisal panel affords builders and real estate professionals a way to reflect the cost benefits for their buildings. Our qualified “green” appraiser panel provides solutions for a quantified analysis that recognizes and applies a green premium value in homes.
We support Appraisers with the education and tools to achieve exceptional results in translating green-economic, cost benefits for building owners. This webinar includes:
1. Identifying types of information and data appraisers and lenders need to support value and underwrite loans.
2. Understanding distinctions between Conventional, Energy Star, and NZ High-Performance homes in valuations.
3. Describing the landscape and how to utilize Energy Rating Systems.
4. Funded home case studies incorporating green premium values proving feasibility.

Feb 16, 2023 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Teresa Lopez
CEO & Founder @Green Energy Money
Teresa Lopez, has executed leading-edge financial and mortgage financing, market growth strategies, and economic solutions for the high-performance built environment space during her 30+ year career in the financial industry; meeting the evolving demand for “green” and leading-edge mortgage financing in communities across the country. Licensed Mortgage Banker over 25 yrs.; financing and consulting -residential & development loans; Driving new regulatory & legislative policies for High-Performance & Incentivized Financing Programs in Washington DC - stakeholders include the DOE, HUD, Fannie Mae, The Appraisal Foundation, legislators, energy policy makers; Awarded two US Patents on Green Financing Mechanisms-Developed National Curriculum-Quantifying Value for Green Homes; Published Author, “Green Energy Money for Residential Properties”