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According to this study, residential real estate markets assign to energyefficient homes an incremental value that reflects the discounted value of annualfuel savings. The capitalization rate used by homeowners was expected to be4%–10%, reflecting the range of aftertax mortgage interest rates during the1990s and resulting in an incremental home value of $10 to around $25 for every$1 reduction in annual fuel bills. Regression analysis of American Housing Survey data confirms this hypothesis for national and metropolitan area samples,attached and detached housing, and detached housing subsamples using aspecific fuel type as the main heating fuel.
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