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New Home Single Family and Multi-family Checklists

Order a New Home Single Family Checklist or New Home Multi-family Checklist to estimate your GreenPoint Rated score before working with a Rater for certification. Checklists may be printed and used as official GreenPoint Rated documents for potential permitting and funding purposes. Available checklists include Version 6.1, Version 7, and Version 8.
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GreenPoint Rated Rating Manuals

GreenPoint Rated's Rating Manuals describe each measure within a system, and define how to achieve the measure and all requirements for verification. All New Home and Existing Home Rating Manuals can be purchased in pdf format for $75 each. Use the order form below or call Build It Green at (510) 590-3360
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GreenPoint Rated Version 8.0 Summary of Changes

Review a summary of the revisions, updates, and methodology in the new Version 8.0. Version 8.0 will take effect on Jan. 1, 2020.
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Existing Home Single Family Checklist

Use this checklist to estimate your GreenPoint Rated score before working with a Rater for certification on your single family remodel/upgrade project.
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Existing Home Multi-family Checklist

Use this checklist to estimate your GreenPoint Rated score before working with a Rater for certification on your multi-family family residence remodel/upgrade project.
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Builder Handbook: Guide to Achieving a GreenPoint Rating

Familiarize yourself with the GreenPoint Rated system and certification process.
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GreenPoint Rated Certificate Sample

Take a look at the GreenPoint Rated Certificate and Letters of Authentication.
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Comparison of Residential Green Building Rating Systems and CALGreen Code in 2014

A comparison of GreenPoint Rated Version 7.0, LEED for Homes Version 4 and CALGreen 2013 Tier 1 & 2.
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Green Multi-family and Single Family Homes: Growth in a Recovering Market

2014 study by McGraw Hill Construction finds green homes market expected to increase five-fold by 2016.
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The Value of Green Labels in the California Housing Market: An Economic Analysis of the Impact of Green Labeling on the Sales Price of a Home

UC Berkeley and UCLA study providing statistical evidence that a green label on a single family home in California earns a 9% market premium.