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2011 Builders Federal Tax Credit for new Homes
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Is anyone "modeling" Homes to achieve the 2011 Federal Tax Credit? In our climate zone (2), Im trying to get a handle on the "Must Do's" to pass in REMRATE vs Energy Star 2.5/3.0Any Help appreciatedContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeffrey Sauls Nov 15, 2011.

 

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Jeffrey Sauls replied to Roger Shipp's discussion 2011 Builders Federal Tax Credit for new Homes
"The rebate is tied to heating/cooling energy usage. I've simulated a lot of different things trying to determine what makes the biggest impact for Atlanta - Zone 3, and equipment efficiency seems to have the biggest impact. 15 SEER with a…"
Nov 15, 2011
Kent Mitchell replied to Roger Shipp's discussion 2011 Builders Federal Tax Credit for new Homes
"We too are located in Washington State and have found that most homes built to the "NW Energy Star" requirements meet the Federal tax credit.  The exception is a ranch style house meeting the bare ES minimums - they usually have to…"
Oct 27, 2011
Eric Lowry replied to Roger Shipp's discussion 2011 Builders Federal Tax Credit for new Homes
"Has this tax credit program been extended beyond the end of 2011?"
Oct 27, 2011
Roger Shipp replied to Roger Shipp's discussion 2011 Builders Federal Tax Credit for new Homes
"Thanks for taking the time to reply"
Oct 26, 2011
Tyson Pischel replied to Roger Shipp's discussion 2011 Builders Federal Tax Credit for new Homes
"Going from Energy Star to tax credit level in Washington State may not require any addition measures depending on which compliance pathway you choose. To qualify my statement, the "Northwest Energy Star" requirements are more stringent…"
Oct 14, 2011
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2011 Builders Federal Tax Credit for new Homes

Is anyone "modeling" Homes to achieve the 2011 Federal Tax Credit? In our climate zone (2), Im trying to get a handle on the "Must Do's" to pass in REMRATE vs Energy Star 2.5/3.0Any Help appreciatedSee More
Oct 12, 2011
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At 7:32am on October 10, 2011, Diane Chojnowski said…

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