Mortgage Methods: Turn Home Equity Into Energy SavingsBy Richard Barrington
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As you pay your mortgage, your home equity starts to build. It is well known that one way to reinvest this home equity is to take out a home improvement loan for projects that will add to the value of your home. But what if you don't plan on selling in the foreseeable future? In that case, consider a home improvement loan for upgrades that could start to pay you back sooner rather than later.
Think Globally, Act LocallyThe effects of global warming have been well publicized, and most people share some level of concern about these effects. What many people may wrestle with is what to do about it.
The old activist advice of "think globally, act locally" applies to helping fight global warming. Even if global warming seems like too broad an issue for you to tackle personally, the high cost of energy is a specific problem that hits home directly. A home equity mortgage could be an investment for both you and the planet.
How to Make a Home Improvement Loan Pay You BackHow can you use a home improvement loan to improve energy efficiency? Here are a few common examples:
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About the Author
Richard Barrington is a freelance writer and novelist who previously spent over twenty years as an investment industry executive.
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