The Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) financing program is a tool for homeowners who are looking to finance home improvement projects related to energy-efficiency and safety. Many homeowners encounter conflicting points of view while deciding if PACE financing is right for them. We have compiled the top five myths and realities of PACE financing to help homeowners better understand the … continue reading
Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) is a unique option for homeowners to finance home improvements related to safety and energy-efficiency with no money out-of-pocket. The residential PACE program is currently available in various states but it seems to be a popular financing choice for California and Florida homeowners.
PACE financing can be a good fit for some homeowners, but not all. … continue reading
Property Assessed Clean Energy financing, most commonly known by its acronym “PACE,” is a unique form of home improvement financing that allows homeowners to access a portion of their home equity to pay for various safety and energy efficient related home improvement projects. PACE financing is considered a voluntary property tax assessment and not a home loan for home improvements; … continue reading
Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) financing makes it easier for homeowners to afford energy-efficient and safety related home improvements. PACE financing is a great alternative to home improvement loans as it allows homeowners to access their home equity to fix up their home with no money out-of-pocket. Although the PACE program is available in various states, it is becoming a … continue reading
If you are a homeowner considering the Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) program to finance home improvements eligible under the PACE program such as the installation of solar panels, a new roof, HVAC, or windows and doors, etc., you may be wondering how to go about selecting the best PACE provider, also known as a PACE program administrator … continue reading
Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) financing has allowed thousands of homeowners afford home improvements they needed or wanted to increase the safety, health, and energy-efficiency of their homes. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, as of 2019, over 200,000 homeowners have made $5 billion in energy efficiency and other improvements to their homes through PACE financing.1
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