"The residents of these cities are reducing their environmental footprint and saving money at the same time," said Redfin agent Julie Jacobson, who has been designated an LEED Green Associate, on the company's website. "By making your home green, you can reduce monthly utility bills, make your home's indoor air quality healthier, reduce your environmental footprint and even help increase the value of your home without any sacrifice in design or comfort. It is truly a win-win."
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