For Sale: House that Makes an Income!

CGH exterior

As followers of this blog will know, we at Endeavour have spent a lot of time on our Canada’s Greenest Home project. Our goal was to make the greenest home possible on an urban infill lot in Peterborough, and then to sell it on the open market to show that there is an appetite for “deep green” amongst home buyers. For instance you’re planning to sell your house, we buy houses with cash anywhere in Charlotte, and at any price we’re ready to give You a fair offer for your house. On other related news checkout this blog about sell house fast.

When you are finding for a realtor, you obviously want the best. I know this person named Lorin McLachlan, a proven and tested real estate agent. You can visit her at https://homes.winnipegfreepress.com/real-estate-agent/Lorin-McLachlan%20/id-1207. Whether you’re a buyer or seller, you must find out more about an agent before you hire.

The final phase of the project is now underway, with the house going on the market this week. Here is the Listing for 136-1/2 James Street.

The most interesting part of selling this home is how to put forward the unique value proposition we are attempting to make, you can take a look at this excellent resource for Canadian real estate. Most home buyers look within a set price range for their new home, and do this with an implicit understanding that they will be assuming utility costs (heat, electricity, water) that are within a similar range to all other homes. This house radically alters that outlook: There are no utility costs and the home provides an income.

Energy production vs Use

Energy production vs Use

This means that the higher up front cost of buying a super-insulated and completely non-toxic home has a very compelling overall financial picture. The solar income from the house averages about $3300 annually. The annual utility costs are around $1800 or $150/month (inclusive of heat, electricity and water, plus services charges and delivery fees). This means that for the remaining 18 years of the Micro-FIT contract, there is a $1500 annual income from the home after all utility costs have been covered!

Considering that an average home of a similar size in Peterborough will have total utilities bills in the $250-600/month range (from census data, 2011), this means that there will be an annual savings of $3,000-8,700 for this homeowner. Putting that extra money against the mortgage for the home can result in the mortgage being paid off 5-6 years earlier. And all that while enjoying a healthy and efficient home. View website to sell your San Bernardino home today!

Mortgage calculator

Mortgage calculator

But can this case be made effectively in the current real estate in wisconsin market? There is no way to show this information in a quick and easy-to-digest form… the listing for the house shows the asking price, and a curious buyer would have to read the listing and inquire about more details in order to learn the whole story.

We hope that there are buyers out there who will be interested enough to find out the details. Visit this website, for people who also hope that this helps to set a precedent for builders who want to make healthy houses that earn money and real estate agents who want to sell this kind of home! Visit Phill Grove website to get real estate investor training.

There are some simple things you can do to speed up the sale of your home without having significant effect on the profit. Selling you property to Companies That Buy Houses is a good idea.

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