Making Affordable Housing Green
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Making Affordable Housing Green

Posted by on Thursday, September 13 2012

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Housing developers are always looking to improve their bottom line.  Homeowner's Rehab, , a small nonprofit that owns over 1,000 units of affordable housing in Cambridge, Massachusetts, goes about this in a unique and sustainable way.  They "green" their portfolio by installing energy efficient devices in their properties, which helps them meet both financial and social goals.

 
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