Commercial and residential property owners who are looking to make an investment in energy-efficient technologies have a wide range of resources available to them. Tax credits, incentives and rebates are available to property owners who are looking to make the switch to energy efficient technologies. The U.S. Department of Energy funds a website with comprehensive information on incentives and policies available in each state.
Energy Efficient Mortgage Program
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has created the Energy Efficient Mortgage (EEM) program for homebuyers and owners who are interested in saving money on utility bills. If your bank offers an Energy Efficient Mortgage, our products will help you qualify for this lending tool. The FHA’s EEMs provide the necessary mortgage insurance to buy or refinance and incorporate the cost of the energy efficient addition. As a result, it is a great option for current or future homebuyers to own an operationally efficient property. Unlike other lending options, an Energy Efficient Mortgage does not require that you qualify for the additional money or make a sizable down payment.
EarthLinked knows that every state has varying fiscal incentives available. Contact us to learn what you may qualify for and how we can help you achieve your goal of reducing operational expenses and improving sustainability.
EarthLinked has partnered with the Electric Gas Industries Association so that our authorized dealers will be eligible for a discounted membership. With an EGIA membership, contractors are able to gain access to the organization’s suite of member benefit programs. This association helps contractors grow their business and improve profits. Both residential and commercial-serving contracting companies are able to benefit from the partnership achieved with the membership program.