Posts Tagged ‘issues’

Residential Green Valuation Roundtable Series – a First!

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Created by SEEC and sponsored by Northwest ENERGY STAR ® Homes, a program to deliver ten green valuation roundtables in major cities across WA, ID, MT and OR kicked off March 25th with the first roundtable being held in Olympia, hosted by local partners the Thurston Climate Action Team and Evergreen College.  The second in the series is being held in Bellevue this Thursday, March 31st hosted by local partner Built Green® King Snohomish.

Here’s some feedback:

Nice job today. I walked away with some good stuff and some new insight” – Cory Eckert, Laupen Homes

and a News Flash issued by TCAT TCAT Valuation Roundtable News Flash

The interrelationship of Value and Sustainability

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

Welcome to Our Blog on the interrelationship of valuation and sustainability in the residential building sector.  Since valuation is a matter of opinion, informed by the market, the need for up to date information and education for those involved in building, buying, selling and valuing green, energy efficient, high performance new homes and retrofits in the Pacific Northwest becomes paramount.

We will not only post latest data, trends, marketing reports and case studies as they come available, but with this blog provide construction industry professionals with a neutral forum for frank discussion around the current issues and constraints facing appraisers, real estate agents and the development community when establishing value for green and energy efficient new homes and retrofits.