30 Nov '12, 4am

Mortgages

Mortgages

As the idea of green grows, industries are looking for incentives to promote being eco-friendly. The government and private institutions are sponsoring programs that offer cost-effective mortgages developed to help make a home more energy efficient. A ‘green mortgage’ or ‘energy efficient mortgage’ offers homeowners the opportunity to get or borrow money to upgrade their homes to energy efficient levels. These renovations can include, but are not limited to:

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