RESNET is pleased to announce it is collaborating with real estate brokerage firm House X to provide HERS Index scores in real estate listings. House X is a consumer-focused, smart home marketplace, empowering home shoppers with more data, value, and resources to make informed home purchases. Their House X Report includes valuation, school, crime, and lifestyle data in a single document for any address in America. Today, consumers want the power of choice and data from credible sources to help them make more informed purchase and lifestyle decisions. Now House X also offers HERS scores for nearly 1.9 million homes from RESNET, and more available home inventory for sale by aggregating both MLS and off-MLS properties for new homes in construction. House X further supports home buying clients by reinvesting over 65 percent of the normal brokerage fee to provide two to five years of renewable energy and a Delos multi-room air purification system, making the home healthier and lowering the cost to own, operate and maintain. For more information click on House X House X also recently launched its American Dream 2021 tour, featuring 21 pilot cities in which to expand homeownership; featuring over 40,000 new, healthier, energy-efficient homes across the country valued at over $18 B billion with up to $364 million in stimulus in incentives by providing home buyers free renewable energy and a discounted mortgage loan. “Whether you are buying or selling a home, consumers should know the HERS rating of a home to determine the efficiency and indoor air quality of the home,” said William Farrell, president of House X. “We use the HERS score to help determine the number of years of zero cost renewable electricity that we provide our home buyer clients.” We are pleased to collaborate with House X to help provide HERS Index data to the homes in their marketplace. RESNET has been working with MLS systems across the nation to incorporate HERS Index Scores into their listings. Our collaboration with House X will boost this effort by providing the largest dataset of energy-efficient homes in the country,” said RESNET Executive Director Steve Baden.