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  1. Buying Green Home in Australia

    The current environmental pollution is a growing disaster all over the world. Green homes are a perfect choice to curb the pollution of our surroundings. Green certified homes have the ability to remodel energy assessment, improve home energy performance and upgrades, water and resource conservation as well as improving indoor air quality. Buying a green home in Australia will highly improve your environment as a country and the whole world at large. This greatly helps home owners in waste management, which in turn enable them to conserve Mother Nature. Factors to consider when buying a green home in Australia Its size: it is obvious that the bigger the house, the higher amounts of energy it consumes. The Australian council for green homes prefers neutral homes, which most people need. The need for excessive and unnecessary space leads to wastage of energy. Location area: An excellent green home is one located in areas that provide access to road networks, shopping malls, supper markets, schools, parks, restaurant and even stores. This enables one to save on transport cost as well as reduce the amount of carbon dioxide produced in the air by motor vehicles. Is it well constructed? - It is important to check if the home is well constructed. Consider if it is well oriented, well-insulated, doors and windows should be sealed to avoid air leaks. The efficiency of water usage should also be checked to ensure energy efficiency. Since most people do not have the ability to test all this qualifications, it is advisable to consult a third-party, trained professional inspector to confirm the above standards. How to finance your first home Buying your first home is one of the most rewarding feelings in the world. Unfortunately, many have made serious blunders when it comes to buying homes. This is as result of misunderstanding the settling process, which most of the time can be very confusing. Decide on how much to spend and the exact mortgage rates that works best for you. For a person to complete this process effectively, intensive research is required. There are various sources such as the internet, mortgage professional consultants and also real estate agents who are known to provide reliable technical advice, before you visit a sales office to get your first home owner grant. It is very important to chose green home as your first home. This is because they are environmental friendly. It is this environmental factor that has enabled it to undergo a series of serious structural test making it more strong and durable than normal houses. It also utilizes energy and water conservation methods, which enable you to save cash by saving bills from unnecessary use of resources. There is only a very slight difference between the green home cost and the normal ones with the green home being slightly higher. But this difference cannot be compared to the endless benefits you will enjoy after buying a green home. Buying green home is beneficial because it contains all the information highlighted above.