SAVE Act: How It Affects Builders/Remodelers
Ron Jones, C.R. Herro, Chad Ray
In our inaugural webinar of the SAVE Act series, we examined all aspects of the SAVE Act. Now, we want to narrow our focus to the effects on specific industries. This edition will concentrate on builders and remodelers.
The goal of the SAVE Act is to provide lower rate mortgage financing for cost effective energy improvements. It would enable homeowners, builders and remodelers to invest in energy efficient materials and practices. This in turn would allow for the recovery of the cost of energy efficient upgrades. Finally, future buyers and lenders would be able to account for the monthly savings produced by these measures.
By removing these barriers for both homeowners and the industry, the effects of the SAVE Act should increase the supply of and demand for energy-efficient new homes and improvements, putting people in the construction, remodeling and manufacturing sectors back to work.
On Wednesday, April 4th at 12pm ET, Ron Jones was joined by builders C.R. Herro and Chad Ray. Together, they explored how the bill would affect the closing process for new and existing homes, and how it incentivizes the building and/or retrofitting of energy efficient homes.
The powerpoint presentation used during the webinar is available for download here.
The link for Congressional outreach is here.
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