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

SunUp Solar on a White Brick HomeThe 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.

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