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Construction demand promising

...being done for his two sisters who grew up in Alaska, but currently live in Wasilla and Alabama. Smaller, more energy-efficient homes and new multi-unit housing developments suggest a possible trend toward affordable housing for low- to middle-income...

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Construction demand promising in Homer

...being done for his two sisters who grew up in Alaska, but currently live in Wasilla and Alabama. Smaller, more energy-efficient homes and new multi-unit housing developments suggest a possible trend toward affordable housing for low- to middle-income...

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...the home. Plus, a newly extended tax credit for energy-efficient home improvements may help you save even more.The American Taxpayer Relief Act extends tax credits on energy-efficient home upgrades for projects completed in 2012 and 2013...

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Building industry fares better in Alaska than in other places

...money.'" Homeowners also are looking at more energy efficient homes, Twait said. "With the cost of energy, if you...improving indoor air quality and insulating an energy efficient home. There also was a trade show and election of new...

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