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[inaudible] do you have a home in Phoenix that you’re thinking about selling that has solar equipment installed on it that you want to make sure to capture full value for that? Well, I’ve got good news for you. I’m Phoenix real estate agent, John Cunningham with exp realty at this, ladies and gentlemen, if you’ve got any energy efficient equipment on your home, is going to be your best friend when it’s time to sell. This is called the residential green energy and efficient at denim is created by an appraiser by the name of Sandy anemometers, who was frustrated when she was working on appraising homes that had equipment on it that the owner had invested in. And it was hard to centralize all of the information about that equipment. So she created this fabulous, had done, it does a beautiful job of documenting all the various things that are gonna impact the overall value of your home. So number one, it talks about green certifications. So if you’ve got energy star or lead certification or if you’ve got a particular hers score assigned to your home, we’re going to be able to document that here, attach it, and pass it along to the appraiser. Now we’re gonna want to make sure we’re working with an appraiser who is schooled up on using this thing who’s certified and using this document. Not many of them are, so we’re going to ask those questions up front so that we don’t get the wrong person assigned and get a bad appraisal. Next, this thing goes into the various energy features associated with the home such as HPAC in indoor environmental, air quality, water efficiency, utility costs, building envelope, insulation, windows, all those sorts of things that can impact your home value. Next, it’s going to talk about solar panels. It’s going to go into great detail on those panels. Talk about the panel panels, specs, the array placement, the inverter for inverter specifications, the storage that you might have on site to hold the energy that you’ve been able to reap from the sun. This thing just goes on and on. It really does a great job of making sure that you’re not going to get left leaving money on the table when you go to sell your home. I’m Phoenix real estate agent, John Cunningham with exp realty. If you have any questions about soar or residential real estate here in the Phoenix Metro, I’d love to speak with you and help you get top dollar when it’s time to sell your home with energy efficient items. Thanks for watching this video. See Ya. [inaudible].

Like any seller who’s installed energy-efficient equipment in their home, you want those items to be accounted for during the appraisal process.

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Is your Phoenix home equipped with solar panels or other solar equipment from which you’re hoping to capture full value? If so, I’ve got good news for you!

The document I’m holding today is going to be your best friend if you’ve installed solar equipment in your property. It’s called the Residential Green Energy and Efficient Addendum and was drafted by an appraiser named Sandra Adomatis.

The addendum’s creation grew out of Sandy’s frustrations with the fact that all the information on solar-equipped homes she would appraise was difficult to centralize. As a remedy to this problem, she put together this addendum that does a marvelous job of documenting the various energy-efficient items that will impact your home’s value.

 

The Residential Green Energy and Efficient Addendum is going to be your best friend if you’ve installed solar equipment in your property.

 

Let’s talk a little about what the addendum covers. First on the list is “green certification,” which is to say that the item has been certified as an environmentally friendly product. If you have an Energy Star rating, LEED certification, or a particular HERS score assigned to your home, we’ll be able to document and attach it and hand it over to the appraiser.

Now, very few appraisers possess the actual certification to use this addendum, so establishing that your appraiser is certified is crucial to getting a good appraisal.

Additionally, the document spells out the various energy features associated with the home—HVAC, indoor environmental air quality, and water efficiency are just a few examples.

The next section discusses all things solar panels, from the specs to the array placement to the on-site energy storage.

Needless to say, the Residential Green Energy and Efficient Addendum is a great resource that will ensure that you don’t leave money on the table when you decide to sell your home. If you have any questions about today’s topic or residential real estate here in the Phoenix metro, please reach out to me. I’d love to speak with you and help you secure top dollar on your home—energy-efficient items and all!

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