Green? Or Just a Shade of Green?

Green? Or Just a Shade of Green?

If you're in the market to buy an energy-efficient home, take note of a practice called "greenwashing" that may oversell the true "green." Is it really energy-efficient or are you being misled by a mere lightbulb? More

Knowledge is Power. Really.

Knowledge is Power. Really.

One of the first steps for saving on your utility bills is to determine how much energy your appliances use. What trumps what — the computer, dishwasher or clothes dryer — for making your bills soar? Find out. More

Going Green: Tax Credits & Rebates

Going Green: Tax Credits & Rebates

In the market to make energy-efficient improvements to your home? Be sure to check out federal tax credits and product rebates from your state and local governments and utility company to help offset your up front costs. More

Faces of HARP Success

Faces of HARP Success

Homeowners nationwide continue to reap significant savings by refinancing through the HARP, with an average savings of $2,400 per year. HARP expires at the end of this year - don't let the savings window close on you. More

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