A new study finds that copper could be more cost effective than gold to buy a new home.
The study from the National Association of Realtors found that copper has a price tag of $1,400 less than gold, but it’s worth every penny.
In addition, copper has lower costs than other materials used to make jewelry, furniture and other household items, according to the report.
There are other reasons why copper has an edge over gold, including its scarcity, low production costs, lower production cost per ounce, and its use in copper-containing materials such as wire and wire products.
For the study, researchers at the National Realtor Association looked at the average cost of buying new homes with copper and compared that to gold.
If copper were a better investment than gold for buying a new house, the researchers found, it would be worth $5,600 less per home.
But if copper were the only material used, the study found, the price tag would be $9,000 lower per home, or $5 per ounce.
“We found that for many homebuyers, copper is more cost efficient than gold,” said Dr. Daniel M. Molnar, an associate professor of urban planning at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Although the study doesn’t specifically address how to use copper as a substitute for gold, the results show that it could be a better option for people who are trying to save money on their home purchase, especially if they are looking to invest in a new-build.
It’s a cheaper way to buy, the report notes.
Molnar said that although copper is considered a valuable metal, it has a much lower production value than gold.
He added that the value of copper depends on how much copper you use in a house.
Because copper is not widely used in construction, it’s also more expensive to produce.
And copper is usually used for home insulation, not as a material for the manufacturing of a home.
The study comes as more states and cities are looking at ways to improve their economies.
California is one of the states that is considering the use of copper to replace gold in some construction materials.
Gold’s price has been falling as people look to save on their next home purchase.
Copper has also been gaining popularity as an alternative to metal like steel, since it has low production cost.
A study published in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces in 2016 found that gold prices have fallen as people used copper-based home insulation.
Gold and copper have been on the rise in recent years, especially in the United States.
Gold has also seen a surge in the value that people are willing to pay for new homes.