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Energy Efficient Mortgage and Real Estate CE Trainings
Our recent series of Energy Efficient Mortgage and Real Estate CE Trainings finished up in Greensboro on March 6th. We networked with over 350 industry professionals in seven locations around the state and provided Continuing Education credits to the majority of these participants in the lending, appraisal, and real estate industries. These professionals are all coming to understand the value of third-party certified homes, the language and key concepts of energy efficient construction, and the importance of stakeholder communication to make energy efficient homes a widely available option for the consumer.
We had an overwhelming turnout at many of these events, and we’re already in the process of developing new CE forums for these professionals due to such great feedback.
We filmed the training held in Asheville, and produced several videos that can be seen here.
Alliance Membership Includes:
A targeted marketing campaign on the benefits of ENERGY STAR, and energy-efficient homes.
Improved lending security by increasing the number of home mortgages to buyers with lower overall homeownership costs.
State wide research efforts to quantify the increased market value of high-efficiency homes.
A listing and link on our website as a member Lending Institution.
For our full list of Value Propositions and basic requirement for becoming an Alliance member, please download our Lender Value Propositions.
NCEEA's Marshall Dunlap has an article about Residential Energy Efficiency and Mortage Lending in the fall 2011 issue of Carolina Banker. Read it here