Built green is one of the most recent buzz words in real estate and remodeling. If you are thinking of remodeling or simply interested in the topic, Kirkland is sponsoring a free seminar on Wednesday, January 23, from 8 AM to 12 noon at Kirkland City Hall, 123 5th Ave. The Eastside Business Weekly also wrote an article about the upcoming class.
Since green built and environmental concerns are so important to buyers today, if you are planning to remodel, it may be valuable for you to consider green built techniques. Buyers will always be looking for that special feature that sets a home apart. When remodeling or buying, it’s smart to consider popular features and styles. It’ll most likely increase the enjoyment of your home and help you make the most money when selling. Interestingly, green building isn’t always as expensive as people think, and it may even save homeowners money in the long run.
Ironically, I will be taking a class on Built Green techniques through Windermere Real Estate on the very same day. The class I will be taking is at Windermere’s education center in Seattle. It begins at 12:30 PM. Hmm, making I could run from one class to the other?
I will post an article on my www.eastsiderealestatebuzz.com blog about what I learn next week and also have a link here.