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Green Home Stats
70 percent of buyers are either more or much more inclined to buy a green home over a conventional home in a down housing market.

56 percent of those surveyed who have bought green homes earn less than $75,000 per year; 29 percent earn less than $50,000.

Overall, lower income buyers say they found tax credits and government programs, indoor air quality benefits and green certifications to be the most important incentives for them to buy green homes.

Making homes greener is now the No. 1 reason for home improvement (42 percent) over remodeling for comfort (34 percent) or to improve appearance (24 percent).

Source: U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and McGraw-Hill Construction