A lot of people buy a home and then get solar separately and it's costing them a lot of money! Lowtility is by far the most cost-effective way to make your home energy efficient.
When you make Energy Efficient improvements many of those improvements are eligible for Tax Credits. For example, when you install solar panels on your primary residence, you are eligible to receive 30% of the total cost of your solar panels back as a federal energy tax credit when you file your taxes. That energy tax credit (for most people) is roughly 50% of their down payment. Consult your CPA to see how much you could get back.
With Lowtility, you can connect an electric car charger to your garage. Not only will this save you time and prepare you for emergencies, it will likely help with your homes resale value as well.
Many energy-efficient products can be included in the Lowtility mortgage. If you need a new washer, dryer, fridge, windows, etc., you can include that in your mortgage for pennies a month instead of paying upfront or getting on a financing plan with the store you bought them from. Anything that is energy efficient can be included in the Lowtility mortgage.
Most solar financing companies charge solar dealers 12-20%, meaning your solar just went up 12-20%. Lowtility does not charge dealer fees.
Owning your energy is smart for the same reasons it's smart to own your home. Instead of paying the power company, pay yourself! You can either keep renting your energy and pay close to $72k over 30 years or just pay about $25k for solar panels. ($200/mo. utility payment x 30 years = $72k).
Becoming energy efficient is a great way to help the environment, while saving money at the same time.
Everything can be done completely mobile to accommodate your busy life, but don't worry, you will still work with a professional.