Additional Energy Financing Options from FHA
WJ Bradley has rolled out a new PowerSaver loan product that allows up to $25,000 in energy or repalted repairs to completed on your home. The term is set at 15 years and only a 1% loan fee built into the loan (i.e. $20,000 loan = $200). See the document below for more details.
Have the Federal tax credits been extended for 2013?
The American Taxpayer Relief Act passed by Congress on January 3, 2013, provides extensions of energy tax credit provisions that benefit homeowners seeking energy-efficiency improvements. Homeowners can claim a $500 maximum tax credit to cover material costs of energy-efficient upgrades to existing homes for all taxable years. The credit is only redeemable if the upgrades are in place by the end of 2013. Click on the document for more details.
2013 Consumer Tax Credit Extended.pdf
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