More properties are slowly getting into the “green” way of doing things. Many have adopted alternative designs and construction techniques in efforts to adhere with best practices in energy conservation and environmental protection. It is therefore expected that more homes are being built to adapt to more green technology that reduce the size of the country's carbon footprint on the environment. Not all Boston properties can be regarded as “green” as many were built at a time when the green consciousness was either non-existent or was in its infancy.
In buying a home with a realtor options should be discussed, including whether you prefer a home with adequate green features. Buying green homes however comes with a high price tag as in many parts of the United States and Canada, for example, the average price for a house that contains environmentally friendly and energy efficient features is higher than the cost of a regular house. There are however more rustic options that are deliberately designed to eliminate modern gadgetry and electronics and be more in tune with the natural environment.
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