You’ve got the desire, you’re ready to start planning your home-improvement project—but how will you pay for it? These days, is it smarter to pay cash or borrow? And how can you evaluate the array of lending and rebate programs?

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Financial Incentives

Even though most investments in energy efficiency pay for themselves many times over,…Continue

Started by Home Energy Saver Feb 18, 2013.

Do Today/Do Later

Financing steps you can take today:Review your savings and cash flow to determine whether you can self-finance, or if not, what monthly loan payments you can afford.Review your credit score and learn…Continue

Started by Home Energy Saver Feb 11, 2013.

Help for Making a Distressed Property More Energy Efficient

Are you hunting for a bargain fixer-upper? Needless to say, there are many distressed homes on the market. These properties have two things in common: They usually need repairs on deferred…Continue

Started by Home Energy Saver Feb 11, 2013.

Will This Upgrade Increase the Value of My Home?

The full cost of a remodeling project is rarely reflected immediately in the value of a home, especially when home prices are down. Furthermore, most homeowners who make whole-house energy upgrades…Continue

Started by Home Energy Saver Feb 11, 2013.


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