Green Advantage

Green Advantage

A green building Environmental Certification program that brings consumers together with certified building prac-titioners who have proven knowledge about green building techniques and approaches.
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Greystone has also announved announced it has provided a $7,950,000 Freddie Mac Green Advantage loan to refinance a 92-unit multifamily property in Las Vegas, Nevada.
They will exclusively securitize workforce housing loans made through the company's Green Advantage program.
HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Waterton, to secure the seven-year, fixed-rate loan through Freddie Macs Green Advantage program.
Maxi Thiels Leachman and David Webb, of CBRE Capital Markets, represented the buyer in securing financing from Freddie Mac under the Green Advantage program.
Nearly half of the units (47.5 percent) were financed under Freddie Mac's Green Advantage program, which help finance energy- and water-saving improvements that help lower operating costs for buildings, keep utility costs low and protect the environment.
Kennedy Construction also offers Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professionals and Green Advantage Environmental Certified staff members to assist with each project.
The process is similar for most programs, however, for consistency, here are four steps to get on the green path using Freddie Mac's Green Advantage program:
Kerr, who also joined the company in 2006, is a Green Advantage Certified Practitioner.
"Among other activities, we have taken steps to improve the communities we serve with the Green Advantage Initiative that reduces our environmental impact while further enhancing the efficiencies of our company."
Level on points at the top, Rhyl were banking on home green advantage but Tony Roberts 21-11 and Ritchie Griffiths 21-12 steered Gresford to a 126-146 aggregate lead to drop the seasiders to fifth place.
This offers a further green advantage to formulators, since one multi-functional additive contributes far fewer VOCs than the three or four conventional additives it replaces.
The green advantage of the ETFE roofing system is called "low embodied energy." That is, the material does not require a great deal of energy to make.