Energy efficient mortgage and housing affordability in Washington State.
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Published by Washington State Energy Office in Olympia, WA .
Written in English


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ContributionsHanna, Nancy.
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p., 6 appendices.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17589381M

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Energy-Efficient Product Procurement Many local governments are saving energy by requiring that the energy-using products they purchase meet energy efficiency criteria. By promoting the use of energy-efficient products in affordable housing, local governments can . FHA’s Energy Efficient Mortgage (EEM) Fact Sheet As the single largest housing expense after a mortgage payment, your utility costs can have a direct impact on how large a mortgage you can afford. You can save money on the cost of utilities by purchasing new energy-efficient heating and cooling systems or by making home improvements, suchFile Size: 69KB. Chapter 6, Section D HUD 6-D-5 1. General Information on the EEM Program, Continued Lender Responsibilities for the EEM Escrow Account In order for FHA to insure a mortgage prior to installation of energy-efficient. Housing Affordability Response Team (HART) Recommendations 2 the supply of housing types that are affordable to all income levels, with particular emphasis on low- and middle-income households. Washington State’s Growth Management Act (GMA) provides a clear framework for housing.

Energy Efficient Mortgages credit a home’s energy efficiency in the home loan. The credit from an EEM can be used in 3 ways: You can use an EEM on an already energy efficient home. The VA home loan allows up to $ more on a loan if the home meets the energy efficient standards of the HERS. This can be the extra boost your mortgage needs. Senate Housing Stability & Affordability Committee considers issues relating to housing authorities, financing, the housing trust fund, and manufactured/mobile home landlord tenant issues. The committee also deals with homelessness including prevention, youth .   You can read more about the current state of the case here. However, I wanted to share a summary of my testimony with you so you would understand how important energy efficiency is as we work toward housing affordability in North Carolina. Housing costs are the number one expense for most North Carolina households. The Washington State Housing Finance Commission is a publicly accountable, self-supporting team, dedicated to increasing housing access and affordability and to expanding the availability of quality community services for the people of Washington.

The more efficient the house, the more money saved. HOMEBUYERS WHO MAY QUALIFY. Household income under $, Credit score at least Purchasing either: A new home that exceeds Washington state energy standards by at least 15%, OR An older home that can be upgraded for 10% energy savings over its current use. The Federal Housing Administration's (FHA) Energy Efficient Mortgage (EEM) program recognizes that lower utility costs can help a homeowner pay a higher mortgage to cover the cost of energy improvements. Under the program, persons may add the cost of . A home energy rating will help you qualify for an EEM by telling you and the lender how energy-efficient the home is. A rating typically involves an energy audit by a professional energy rater who is certified under an accredited home energy rating system (HERS). The Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET®) has integrated most HERS raters, although California has its own HERS regulations. As part of the Capital budget for the Biennium, the Washington State Legislature has appropriated to Department of Commerce (Commerce) $ million for the purpose of designing and constructing ultra-high energy efficient affordable housing projects including single and multifamily units.