State energy officials team with appraisers
The Colorado Energy Office has reached an agreement with the Appraisal Institute to jointly develop valuation studies that identify market-specific trends, the institute announced Tuesday.
The studies will help appraisers find better data in placing a value on a home and could help consumers decide which improvements to pursue as they seek to maximize the value of their homes.
"Understanding the market reaction to high-performing homes is a key component of the Colorado Energy Office's residential efforts," Peter Rusin, the energy office's residential program associate, said in a news release. "The agreement sets out a process that will allow the state to work with experts in the field to develop credible case studies, data sets and resources for residential appraisers."
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