What is the new Portland Home Energy Score?

Dated: November 13 2018

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Starting January 1, 2018, the City of Portland will require sellers of single family homes in Portland, Oregon to obtain and disclose a Home Energy Report. The concept is that each home will have a Score that reflects how the home uses energy, associated costs and cost effective solutions to improve the home’s efficiency.

They expect it to cost between $150-$200 and will have help for low-income sellers.

Here’s a link to the FAQ about this new rule.

Will this become something ignored by the public like nutrition labels? Is this a waste of money of the Seller’s part? Or will this be an effective way to tell how the hidden part of a home works?

We will have a better idea of that in six months. For now, you might want to list your house now if you don’t think you will have a good number.

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Jaimy Beltran

Meet Team Beltran’s Fearless Leaders Jaimy, along with his wife Sherine, owns and manages Beltran Properties at eXp Realty. The Beltrans have been successfully selling real estate in the Portland a....

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