Our colleague, Jeremy Burnett, has some rather lovely tenancy-in-common flats for sale in the North of Panhandle (NOPA) neighborhood. We normally aren’t TIC fans, but these are in a two unit building with no evictions, which we think is a good thing. The homes are at 548 – 550 Broderick St @ Grove.
The seller of 548 – 550 Broderick did a rather extensive remodel, and went to the trouble of having the property rated by GreenPoint, a program of Built it Green. From the GreenPoint website, here is a brief description of what they do:
GreenPoint Rated removes the guesswork by having aÂ Certified GreenPoint Rater evaluate a home’s green features allowing homes to be compared on a level playing field. GreenPoint Rated rewards building professionals and homeowners who create green homes by allowing them to brand their products with a recognizable, trustworthy seal of approval.Think of GreenPoint Rated as a report card for a home. A GreenPoint Rated home is graded on five categories: Resource Conservation, Indoor Air Quality, Water Conservation, Community, and Energy Efficiency.