Climate Smart Program Round Three?

Did you miss the first Climate Smart round of money to improve the energy efficiency of your Boulder real estate? Still want to get some money for a solar photo voltaic system, or perhaps have an energy audit on your home?

This is a great time to take action and get involved in ClimateSmart if you want to borrow the money on what could be some terrific terms.

Are you thinking that this coming opportunity in September is coming up too fast, and you really need more time to get your ducks in a row?

Well, you’re not alone. In fact, the first round of seminars, all the legwork needed to get estimates, and the subsequent financing came to pass so quickly that many people felt frustrated or missed the opportunity entirely.

The ClimateSmart Loan Program is running a second term of funding, and the workshops are scheduled to start this month. The workshops are mandatory for all potential loan applicants and you can register online.

The ClimateSmart Loan Program provides a financing option for home owners in most of Boulder county. You can use the money to implement specific energy efficiency and renewable energy measures. The workshops are free, but mandatory.

Why not get more info on this program today?

The program is a way to borrow the money over a large number of years, at a competitive rate, and finance things like insulation, air sealing, solar photo voltaic systems, energy efficient furnaces and air conditioners, and other home improvements that can save you money, improve the comfort of your home, and increase the resale value of your property too.

Or, if you’re ready to buy or sell a home…

Call, Text, or Email me. I’m never too busy for you and your referrals, as a real estate professional intent on giving back to the community, my relationship-based approach is exactly what you’ve been looking for in a helpful Realtor, and I will listen to you.

Call, Text, or Email me anytime.

Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker® at RE/MAX Alliance Boulder

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