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Go ahead . . . put your hand back in the cookie jar of energy savings! The American Taxpayer Relief Act passed last week has extended consumer tax credit benefits for energy efficient upgrades to residential properties through the end of 2013. Under Section 25C of the code, homeowners can claim up to a $500 credit for qualifying upgrades to existing homes.

Monday, 07 January 2013 11:02

'Fiscal Cliff' Compromise = Tax Credit

'Fiscal Cliff' Compromise = Tax CreditThe bill signed by President Obama on January 02, 2013 extends the credit for energy-efficient existing homes through 2013. What does this mean for you, the homeowner? Check back later this week to find out!

Friday, 12 October 2012 17:10

Snug Homes, Smart Value

Snug Homes, Smart ValueAre you hesitant to make your home more energy efficient because of the cost? If so, consider this, The Appraisal Journal reports that energy efficient homes have an increased market value of $20 for every $1 of annual energy savings. These findings equate to nearly $10,000 in increased home value, on average.

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