Sunday, February 19, 2012

Event: The Value of Green - A Panel Discussion

The Appraisal Institute recently released the Green and Energy Efficient Addendum for valuing appraisals. Join us for a free panel discussion with industry professionals geared toward creating awareness of “Green” features in our homes and the effect these improvements have on the value of our homes.

The event will take place on February 24th 2012 (8:30 AM to 11:30 AM) at the AE England Building, 424 N. Central, Phoenix, AZ 85003.

Introduction and Event Organization:

Jan Green - U.S Green Building Council, Arizona Chapter
Builder Committee Chair, Residential Green Building Committee

Moderator:

James Ball - LEED AP Homes, USGBC Arizona Chapter Residential Green Building Advocate

Panelists:

Tom Hines - APS, Residential Energy Efficiency Program Manager
Tom manages the APS ENERGY STAR Homes program. Tom has over 20 years experience working in energy efficiency within the homebuilding industry, working closely with all of the ENERGY STAR builders in Arizona.

Michael Mancini - Meritage Homes, National Director of Project Integration. Michael’s focus is company-wide implementation of Meritage Homes’ Energy Quality, Performance and Sustainability Program, to establish new standards in home building.

Brad Townsend - Masco Home Services, National Building Science Manager, Environments for Living. Brad assists home builders with turnkey services which address a range of green building attributes as well as permit reduction fees.

Robert Oglesby - AppraisalTek, Owner/Appraiser
Robert, an appraiser for 11 years in the Phoenix metropolitan area, has performed mortgage lending appraisals, litigation assignments, estate valuations, tax appeals, construction and other similar residential assignments.

A Hot Breakfast will be Catered by: The Fair Trade Café

Seating is Limited. For more information click here.

To register click here.

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