WSJ Reports Homes with Solar Sell for an Average $24,705 More than Homes Without Solar

WSJ Reports Homes with Solar Sell for an Average $24,705 More than Homes Without Solar

The Wall Street Journal reports that research is showing homes with Photovoltaic systems (solar power installs of 3.1 kilowatt in size on average) are selling for an average $24,705 more than homes without solar on their roof. We have always known that solar helps increase a homes value and can decrease considerably the time a house is on the market but with an average value increase of $24,705, a 30% federal tax credit, 25 year warranty on SunUp Solar modules plus increased performance in sun to power conversion using microinverters; the cost and payback time to make profit on the solar you own is smaller then ever before. % Federal Tax Rebate Year Warranty Increase Home...