Making the case for big-ticket green features in home and building boils down to one question – Who’s gonna own it?
Often the answer makes a whole lot more sense when it’s a “we” rather than a “me.”
I’m not talking about changing light bulbs and easy, affordable measures with paybacks of a couple of years. I mean the really big stuff – like larger solar arrays and solar hot water, geothermal heat pumps, and small wind projects. In other words, there’s greater purchasing power when a group of owners come together as a single entity rather than each owner separately springing for these features.
In real estate law here, the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA) governs groups of property owners who can pool resources to purchase and…