28 nov Will Solar affect the sale of my home?
Will Solar affect the sale of my home?
Facts tell the truth.
At the end of the day, if you do not want solar, no problem! I am not here to force things on people that they do not want. But please know the facts. I hear people talk about selling their home and they are worried that people do not want solar or may not want solar. That could not be further from the truth. Houses with solar sell faster, and that was a study done last year! Every year the numbers get better and better. You can also look at case studies in other states. The proof is black and white! Solar makes Dollars and Sense!
Another reason you will not have to worry is the current administration is pushing solar!!!! It is becoming more and more popular and is now in the awareness of many. Please do not say no because you are worried your house will not sell. That would hurt your pocket as well as not doing anything for your carbon footprint. FPL is using solar in your energy consumption and are pushing for a rate increase of 15% the next 4 years, TO BUILD SOLAR!!! Why waste money? Why not follow the leader, FPL? Below are some quoted texts from different reputable sources, as well as links. Before turning down solar, please at least review the facts below. I hate to see people lose out on something great, SOLAR, because of bad information.
FYI, my parents are selling their house in Sunrise, and Zillow is buying it. They loved that it has solar! Keep in mind when you sell your house in 3+ years, there will no longer be a tax credit. For the client to get the same price you are paying without a tax credit, the price would have to go down to $1.85/watt!!! We would go out of business if we had to sell at that price! Another great reason why you will not have an issue.
1. The proposal calls for a $1.1 billion increase in base-rate revenues in 2022 and a $615 million increase in 2023. It also calls for a $140 million increase in 2024 and a $140 million increase in 2025 to pay for solar-energy projects.
2. I attached the income approach breakdown.
The income approach values a solar system based upon the projected income a solar system will generate for the owner over the expected life of the solar system. For homeowners, this equals the expected energy-cost savings less any ongoing costs to pay for the system.
3. Click this link to see the average cost of solar in Florida. The price I was giving you was much lower per watt.
4. Study by Zillow and Berkley lab…
According to a recent Zillow report, homes with solar panels sell on average for 4.1% more than comparable homes without solar across the US. A study conducted by Berkeley Lab, also found that homes with solar panels tend to sell faster than those without.
To Your Success,
SCOTT SOMERS (SOLAR SCOTT)
Managing Partner/ Director of Sales