- Is it low, mid, or high-rise?
- Are there any financial incentives for multifamily housing properties?
- Do I include the GFA for a private garage in a townhome/duplex?
- Does a loft or mezzanine level count as a separate story?
- Fannie Mae reporting requirements?
- How do I release data to HUD for my multifamily property’s Capital Needs Assessment (CNA)?
- How should I benchmark garden style apartments?
- I don't have whole building energy data - what can I do today?
- Is Design recognition available for new construction of multifamily properties?
- What are the requirements for multifamily housing to earn ENERGY STAR certification?
- What data was used to develop the score for multifamily properties?
- What information do I need to receive a score for Multifamily property?
- What types of ENERGY STAR recognition are available for multifamily properties?
- What's the difference between Multifamily and Dormitories?
- What's the difference between Multifamily and Senior Care?
- Why can't multifamily properties with fewer than 20 units receive a score?
- Will EPA create a score for common areas or individual units in multifamily properties?
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