Save Money and the Environment

Energy-efficient improvements save money, increase comfort, and add value to your home.  To reduce utility bills, check out Save Money & Save the Environment: A Consumer Guide to Buying Energy Efficient Products for the Home, a handy booklet from the Consumer Federation of America.  It’s packed with tips to save money & reduce pollution by using ENERGY STAR appliances, windows, and other products (as well as numerous tips for additional savings).

 

For information about the FHA’s Energy-Efficient Mortgage Program and how to finance home improvements, call Capstone.  And be sure to check out these useful links to find tax credits, rebates, and financial assistance:

 

Alliance to Save Energy

Through the Alliance to Save Energy website, you can get an overview of energy efficiency financing.

 

Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)

This database includes state-by-state financial & regulatory incentives (such as tax credits, grants, rebates, and special utility rates) for renewable energy technologies.

 

Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency

Information from ENERGY STAR on federal tax credits for home improvements, efficient vehicles, solar energy systems, and fuel cells.

 

Financing an Energy-Efficient Home

This Department of Energy fact sheet reviews energy-efficient financing programs from mortgages to home improvement loans.

 

Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET)

RESNET is a national network of mortgage companies, real estate brokerages, builders, appraisers, utilities, and other housing & energy professionals.  This website offers state contact information for certified energy raters and lenders who know how to process energy-efficiency mortgages, a home energy-rating systems primer, and an overview of energy-efficient mortgages.

 

U.S. Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program

DOE's Weatherization Assistance Program works with state & local governments to enable low-income families to permanently reduce energy bills by making their homes more energy-efficient.

 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Energy-Efficient Mortgage Program
The Energy-Efficient Mortgage Program is one of many Federal Housing Authority Programs that insure mortgage loans to encourage lenders to make mortgage credit available to borrowers (such as first-time homebuyers) who would not otherwise qualify for conventional loans at affordable terms.

Energy-efficient improvements save money, increase comfort, and add value to your home.  To reduce utility bills, check out Save Money & Save the Environment: A Consumer Guide to Buying Energy Efficient Products for the Home, a handy booklet from the Consumer Federation of America.  It’s packed with tips to save money & reduce pollution by using ENERGY STAR appliances, windows, and other products (as well as numerous tips for additional savings).

 

For information about the FHA’s Energy-Efficient Mortgage Program and how to finance home improvements, call Capstone.  And be sure to check out these useful links to find tax credits, rebates, and financial assistance:

 

Alliance to Save Energy

Through the Alliance to Save Energy website, you can get an overview of energy efficiency financing.

 

Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE)

This database includes state-by-state financial & regulatory incentives (such as tax credits, grants, rebates, and special utility rates) for renewable energy technologies.

 

Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency

Information from ENERGY STAR on federal tax credits for home improvements, efficient vehicles, solar energy systems, and fuel cells.

 

Financing an Energy-Efficient Home

This Department of Energy fact sheet reviews energy-efficient financing programs from mortgages to home improvement loans.

 

Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET)

RESNET is a national network of mortgage companies, real estate brokerages, builders, appraisers, utilities, and other housing & energy professionals.  This website offers state contact information for certified energy raters and lenders who know how to process energy-efficiency mortgages, a home energy-rating systems primer, and an overview of energy-efficient mortgages.

 

U.S. Department of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program

DOE's Weatherization Assistance Program works with state & local governments to enable low-income families to permanently reduce energy bills by making their homes more energy-efficient.

 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Energy-Efficient Mortgage Program
The Energy-Efficient Mortgage Program is one of many Federal Housing Authority Programs that insure mortgage loans to encourage lenders to make mortgage credit available to borrowers (such as first-time homebuyers) who would not otherwise qualify for conventional loans at affordable terms.

 

Copyright © 2017 Capstone Mortgage Company, Inc.

  NMLS Company ID #1445; MA Broker License #MB1445


Copyright © 2017 Capstone Mortgage Company, Inc.

  NMLS Company ID #1445; MA Broker License #MB1445