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Housing
Housing
What you'll see:
$6 billion to weatherize moderate income homes, making them more energy efficient.

$4 billion for homeowners to take up to 30% of the cost of conservation measures as a tax credit, up to $1,500 per person.

$300 million for consumers to replace old appliances.

$500 million to help rural families secure mortgages.

For those living in public housing:
$16 billion in energy retrofits and improvements.


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Last updated January 30 2009: 12:56 PM ET
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