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Buyers of National Green Building Standard homes satisfied with purchase

A new study conducted by GuildQuality shows that homeowners who purchased a National Green Building Standard-certified home in the past three years are happy they did.


By Peter Fabris, Contributor March 14, 2014

A new study conducted by GuildQuality that was commissioned by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) shows that homeowners who purchased a National Green Building Standard-certified home in the past three years are happy they did. The survey found:

  • 94 percent of the homeowners would recommend a green home to a friend;
  • 92 percent would purchase another green home; and
  • 71 percent believe green homes are of higher quality than a non-green home.

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