According to a report from Research and Markets, the global green building techniques and market will have grown at around 13% during 2015-2020. The data attributed in part, due to rising awareness of global green issues (such as climate change). In addition there is improved knowledge of green building techniques.
Other reasons for growth in the green building techniques and market include green legislation. As well as increased awareness of energy efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. Most noteworthy, leading global players include BASF, DuPont, Owens Corning, PPG Industries, Saint Gobain and Lafarge. Finally, Forbo International, Interface and Alumasc Group.
So living in a sustainable world means utilizing every opportunity we have. As well and making the most of the natural resources available to us. This is especially true when building or renovating your home. So therefore if you put your mind to it, you’ll surely find dozens of viable ideas. Ideas that will help your immediate environment and make a real difference in the world. The concept of green building isn’t technically new. However it seems that it’s making its biggest impact right now. Here’s why this idea is so important and how it can become the future of environmentalism and sustainability.
Most interestingly, Fannie Mae grants a 10 basis point reduction in the interest rate of a multifamily refinance. As well as an acquisition or supplemental mortgage loan for buildings with a green building certification. For example, if the market interest rate is 4 percent on the multifamily loan, the new rate is 3.9 percent with this pricing break. On a $10 million dollar loan amortizing over 30 years, the owner would save $95,000 in interest payments over a 10-year term
In conclusion, the US has the biggest market for green building construction. So most interestingly, developing economies in Asia-Pacific are also showing significant growth in this sector.