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MSE's Green Mortgages guide

MSE_Kit
MSE_Kit Posts: 86 MSE Staff
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edited 2 March 2022 at 4:53PM in House buying, renting & selling
Hello everyone,

We've written a brand new guide on Green Mortgages. This is the discussion thread for that guide.

If you haven't already, join the forum to reply.

Thanks,

Kit

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  • New Nationwide 0% energy efficiency mortgage over 5 years, to purchase solar panels. Borrowing £12500 over 5 years, interest free. Monthly repayments £208 per month, solar panels will save £150 per month, therefore £58 extra per month…
  • rigolith
    rigolith Posts: 2,615 Forumite
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    Might work out in your favour if you use a lot of electricity during the day, e.g. for charging a car or running air conditioning.
  • We have neither, but we do run a hot tub 27/7
  • jonnydeppiwish!
    jonnydeppiwish! Posts: 1,193 Forumite
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    rusdock1 said:
    New Nationwide 0% energy efficiency mortgage over 5 years, to purchase solar panels. Borrowing £12500 over 5 years, interest free. Monthly repayments £208 per month, solar panels will save £150 per month, therefore £58 extra per month…
    Great offer but only available to those who currently have a mortgage with nationwide 😔 
    2006 LBM £28,000+ in debt.
    2021 mortgage and debt free, working part time and living the dream
  • rusdock1 said:
    We have neither, but we do run a hot tub 27/7
    *24/7      
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