Residential Solar Financing in Arizona

In Arizona, “The Grand Canyon State,” and throughout the Sunbelt states, Renewable Asset Management Company, LLC and SunLender™ provide residential solar financing directly through a network of leading Solar Power System (photovoltaic system) Installation companies. For Residential Solar Financing in Arizona, SunLender can be counted on as your go-to provider.

As many Arizona cities see more than 300 days of sunshine per year, Arizona is a perfect place to take advantage of residential solar power systems, and the residential solar financing programs offered by SunLender.

SunLender serves all of Arizona and has special programs for cities including:

·         Chandler

·         Flagstaff

·         Glendale

·         Mesa

·         Phoenix

·         Scottsdale

·         Tempe

·         Tucson

·         Yuma

Residential Solar Financing in ArizonaSince 2011, the SunLender programs have allowed Solar Power Installers to provide solar financing to their residential solar customers with a 20-year operating lease or a 10-year or 15-year loan. And Renewable Asset Management Company (RAMCO) is a proven leader in renewable energy financing, and in conjunction with affiliated companies have offered a variety of commercial and residential solar financing programs since 2008.

Residential Solar Financing in Arizona and America

The SunLender Lease and Loan programs are offered to approved Solar Power System Installers in Arizona, California and Hawaii. The SunLender Loan solar financing program is also currently available in Oregon, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas and Washington

Do you want to do what’s best for your customers?

We can save your customers up to an additional $13K on a typical $20K solar system.

Since our lease term is 20 years instead of 25, with the same or lower monthly payment as other financing programs, we can generate significant savings to your customers just by financing with SunLender.

  • Same System
  • Same Monthly Payment
  • Same Utility Savings
  • Less Total Cost

Contact SunLender for your Residential Solar Financing in Arizona.

Do the right thing for your customers.
Call SunLender today.

Call Mike Thompson to secure
the shortest term for your customers:
(855) 630-0869 ext. 104
email: mthompson@sunlender.com

The SunLender Difference:

SunLender™ Residential
Solar Financing

  • Lease – The SunLender Lease is a 20-year term operating lease with zero or 2.9% escalator for financing the purchase and installation of a solar power system for your home. SunLender owns the system and provides a 20-year “worry-free” solar system that will save your family money.
  • Loan – The SunLender Loan is a term loan for financing the purchase and installation of a solar power system for your home with term of up to 15 years. Installing a solar power system is equivalent to pre-paying power, at less than what you currently pay. Once installed, a solar power system requires little or no maintenance and will provide electricity cleanly and quietly using the renewable energy of the sun.

SunLender Plus™

  • Energy Efficiency Financing – Our Signature Loan program allows you to purchase and install energy efficiency products that reduce the overall amount of energy your home uses. If you use less energy, you not only save money, but you also do not need to offset as much energy, and therefore you do not need as large of a solar system. Our Installer partners can show you how to lower your energy usage with energy efficiency products, before you decide to generate power with a solar system – ensuring that you get the right size solar system for your home.
  • Signature Loan – The Signature Loan is a secured term loan for financing the purchase and installation of energy-efficiency products for your home with a term up to 7 years.

SunLender Pro™

  • Our finance foundation has been built on strong, seasoned and trusting relationships that have grown from our solid financing reputation. We have expanded our commercial financing program to address demand for commercial financing energy projects through our simplified, convenient step-by-step process that funds your light-scale commercial projects.

Commercial Solar Financing

Loan – The SunLender Pro Loan is a term loan for financing the purchase and installation of a solar power system for your business with a term up to 10 years.

We are looking for quality Installers in select markets

With SunLender, You Get:

  • Cash Flow – Installer job/construction financing through SunLender provides Solar Power System Installers with needed cash as early as customer credit approval.
  • Ease of Use – The SunLender proprietary solar proposal platform is comprehensive, uncomplicated and makes closing sales easy.
  • Less Red Tape – SunLender financing requires significantly less administrative burden than other financial programs in the solar market
  • Immediate Credit Approval – With SunLender, Solar Power System Installers can offer conditional financing approval to Homeowners in minutes.
  • Total Solution – SunLender is a complete in-house one-stop solar financing program, from originations and funding to servicing, and operations and maintenance.
  • Experience – 41-year financing foundation providing Installers and their customers unique credit programs, and financing renewables since 2008

Contact us to Demo the Program and see how SunLender can help you grow your business.

Available Programs:

SunLender™ Zero Down
Solar Lease

SunLender™ Zero Down
Solar Loan

SunLender Plus™ Energy Efficiency Signature Loan

Contact Mike Thompson by email: mthompson@sunlender.com,
or phone: (855) 630-0869 ext. 104

SunLender designed to provide Solar Power System Installers with the cash flow

If your company is based in Arizona, or you have a West Coast or Sunbelt client-base or solar system to install, the SunLender program is uniquely designed to provide Solar Power System Installers with the cash flow they need to grow. For your Residential Solar Financing in Arizona, the SunLender enhanced program allows Installers to leverage the partnerships, connections and network of RAMCO, and now provides interim project financing through the Pro Power Green™ Construction Financing program, allowing Installers to get paid faster and fund growth without typical construction cash-flow constraints inherent to other finance programs and Funds. The SunLender program is tailored to help Installers grow their business and increase their sales.

The SunLender portal provides a single-source quoting platform that offers Solar Power System Installers the ability to quote Homeowners a solar loan and a solar lease within the same proposal, in approved states, thereby allowing the consumer to choose the financing product best suited to their needs; and providing Installers the tools and financing options to close more deals.

SunLender Solar Lease or Loan makes it easy to Reduce Energy Costs

Step 1 Request a free solar home evaluation

Step 2 — Fill out credit app to see how much you can save

Step 3 — Have your solar system designed and installed

Step 4 — Harvest renewable sunlight and start saving

Start the process online today.

Or Call Mike Thompson to reduce energy costs for your customers:
(855) 630-0869 ext. 104

email: mthompson@sunlender.com

About

Why SunLender?

SunLender was created top benefit Solar Power System Installers and Homeowners

Demand for electricity is steadily increasing causing household electricity bills to skyrocket.

A homeowner’s cost control of electricity is unknown. A Solar Power System allows a homeowner to set a fixed cost and drive savings for years to come. SunLender is committed to providing property owners with a simplified solar financing solution, giving you the choice of either a lease or a loan. Our network of leading Installers can draw up custom plans to match your toughest roof requirements, resulting in a system tailor-made for your home for zero out-of-pocket expense.

The SunLender program was developed for Solar Power System Installers.

Solar Installers across the country don’t always have the resources to find financing for customers, or the capital to provide it themselves.

For the last 40 years, we have been working with the building trades financing distributors and Installers as well as consumer home improvement projects.  We understand your business, we understand that you have to present solutions to your customers, and we have designed our finance program to specifically address your needs. Our Installer partners can reap the benefits of our industry-specific experience, connections and network.

Integrated Portal – Our pre-qualifying quote system lets Installers and homeowners know immediately if they pre-qualify for a lease or loan. This proprietary solar proposal platform enables Installers to present professional sales proposals to residential customers. The proposal offers several financing options as well as graphic representation of their solar investment.

  • Quick Quote Ability – We are focused on helping you sell more and streamlining that process with our sales tools.  The Quick Quote tool allows Installers to model a variety of products and pricing with a minimum of input, which can easily be converted to a sales proposal.
  • Easy Proposal to Signature Process – Not only do we provide financing, but we also directly service all of our consumer leases and loans.  We are a one-stop-shop and are able to serve both you the installer and your homeowner customers more effectively.
  • We can finance more than just PV – We are a finance company, not just a solar finance company.  We do not limit you to only finance solar solutions. We keep up with our Installers to provide financing for energy management solutions.

More efficient than other programs – When you offer multiple residential solar finance solutions you can tailor your sales pitch to your customer’s needs and close more deals.  With one approval you can offer your customer:

  • SunLender™ Zero Down Solar Lease – The homeowner leases the solar PV equipment and makes a low monthly payment for the length of the contract term.
  • SunLender™ Zero Down Solar Loan – A fully amortized loan that provides a low monthly payment and path to ownership. The homeowner keeps the rebates and tax credits and increases the value of their home.
  • SunLender Plus™ Energy Efficiency Signature Loan – An unsecured loan that provides financing for energy efficiency solutions and can be approved simultaneously with a solar lease or loan.

Program tailored to Installer’s business – we only partner with the best and we trust our Installers

  • Easier program management – We developed our process given our 40-year experience working with the building trades.  Financing is a solution, but it should not overly burden your organization.
  • Faster payment – Experience gives us the insight to know that sales are important, but Cash Flow is more important.  Our program is tailored to help you grow your business and increase your origination.
  • Cash Flow – Interim Jobs/Construction financing provided by ProPower Construction allows you to grow sales and perpetuate deal flow.
  • Program is set up to scale with growth – Using online systems and tools, we are built for growth and have the ability to scale with you.

For Homeowners who want to go green, while saving green … SunLender is here to help you install and save

Every home is unique. There is no ‘one size fits all’ solar residential finance solution out there, contrary to what much of the industry might say. That’s why we offer both a lease and a loan – so that your Installer can design the best system, with the best financing, with the longest warranty, for the best price, guaranteed. Your family has unique needs and we want to provide the right solution for you. We have designed residential solar financing solutions that require little or no money down, and have positive impact to your monthly cash flow.

Our Installer partners can show you how your new solar power system will pay for itself right away, by funding the monthly financing payment with the savings from your electricity bill. By combining federal and local rebates and incentives and using our innovative financing solutions, you can install a solar power system that will save you tens of thousands of dollars over its life, without requiring cash outlays at the time of installation!

Why SunLender?

  • Flexible Financing with little to no money down.
  • Rent or Own your equipment – the choice is yours.
  • Do the right thing! – Replace dirty grid power with clean renewable energy and save your family money.
  • Increase the value of your home – The Department of Energy completed a study in April 2011 that concluded a home seller who invested in solar panels could expect to capture a premium of $18,600-$23,870 versus comparable homes without solar panels,

Available programs:

SunLender

Loan or lease

$0 Down

Zero-Down Loan or Lease

No money up front, complete solar satisfaction.

Loan or Lease

You decide what is best for you

Clear comparison in the same proposal.

Worry Free

Extended Warranty for Peace of mind

24/7 system monitoring is comprehensive.

Easy Process

Quick, Simple & thorough

Uncomplicated steps put solar in your home

Start the process today …

Begin online

Or Call Mike Thompson to reduce energy costs for your customers:
(855) 630-0869 ext. 104
email: mthompson@sunlender.com

Arizona

Arizona, “The Grand Canyon State,” located in the southwestern region of the United States, is one of the Mountain West states and is the 6th largest state by area and 5th most populous state in America.

Arizona is one of the Four Corners states and has borders with New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California and Mexico, as well as one point in common with the southwestern corner of Colorado.

Arizona was the 48th state and last of the contiguous states to be admitted to the Union, achieving statehood on February 14, 1912.

The name “Arizona” appears to originate from an earlier Spanish name, Arizona, derived from the O’odham name alĭ ṣonak, meaning “small spring”, which initially applied only to an area near the Mexican silver mining camp of  Plancha de Plata, Sonora, Mexico. This is supported by the fact that the area is still known as alĭ ṣonak in the O’odham language. Another possible origin is the Basque phrase haritz ona, meaning “the good oak.”

Climate

Due to its large area and variations in elevation, the state has a wide variety of localized climate conditions. In the lower elevations, the climate is primarily desert, with mild winters and extremely hot summers. Typically, from late fall to early spring, the weather is mild, averaging a minimum of 60 °F (16 °C). November through February are the coldest months, with temperatures typically ranging from 40 to 75 °F (4 to 24 °C), with occasional frosts. Many of Arizona’s cities see 300 days of sunshine, compared with 205 sunny days nationwide, making it a perfect application for Residential Solar Power (photovoltaic) systems.

Population

Recent estimates put the population of Arizona at 6,731,484 on July 1, 2014, and Arizona was the second fastest-growing state in the U.S. in the 1990s (the fastest was Nevada).

Metropolitan Phoenix (4.3 million) and Tucson (1 million) are home to about five-sixths of Arizona’s people (as of the 2010 census). Metro Phoenix alone accounts for two-thirds of the state’s population.

Solar Energy

Arizona –

Arizona Solar Power Industry – Tremendous growth

Arizona’s solar industry has had tremendous growth over the last 4 years. It is one of the sunniest states in America, and it is experiencing one of the largest increases in solar installations in the nation.

Arizona is a leader in solar generation

While California is the nation’s leader in the solar industry, Arizona is a robust second. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, the leading states are:

  • California
  • Arizona
  • North Carolina
  • Massachusetts
  • New Jersey
  • Hawaii
  • Georgia
  • Texas
  • New York

Facts on the Arizona Solar Industry

There are currently more than 394 solar companies at work throughout the value chain in Arizona, employing 9,200 people.

In 2015, the use of solar in Arizona will save enough water to fill 25,000 swimming pools.

In 2014, Arizona installed 247 mW of solar electric capacity, ranking it fifth nationally.

The 2,101 mW of solar energy currently installed in Arizona ranks the state second in the country in installed solar capacity.  There is enough solar energy installed in the state to power 294,000 homes.

In 2014, $624 million was invested on solar installations in Arizona.

Average installed residential and commercial photovoltaic system prices in Arizona have fallen by 12% in the last year. National Prices have also dropped steadily — by 8% from last year and 49% from 2010.

Arizona ranked second in the nation in utility-scale electricity generation from solar energy.

Arizona, the 15th most populous state, ranked 43rd in per capita energy consumption, partly because of the state’s small industrial sector.

Arizona’s Renewable Environmental Standard requires 15% of the state’s electricity consumed in 2025 to come from renewable energy resources; in 2013, 7.8 % of Arizona’s net electricity generation came from renewable resources, primarily from the Glen Canyon and Hoover Dams.

Twenty-five percent of the energy consumed in Arizona homes is for air conditioning, which is more than four times the national average of 6 percent, according to EIA’s Residential Energy Consumption Survey.

Arizona Takes a Solar Advantage

Arizona is arguably the sunniest state in America, and the Arizona legislature has come through with new solar panel incentives to take advantage of this renewable resource.

Recently, the Environment Arizona Research Policy Center credited Arizonans with having the highest solar capacity per capita in the nation as well as being largely responsible for tripling solar use in the United States over the past three years.

One legislative move was to give every resident in Arizona who installs solar panels, a State Tax Credit of 25% of the total system cost, up to $1000, to be used toward State income taxes. And Arizonans also benefit from the 30% Federal Solar Tax Credit as well. There’s no cap on the federal tax credit and homeowners can deduct that after they subtract their rebate.

Arizona Net Metering

After months of workshops, regulatory filings and a media battle, last November, the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) made an important decision regarding net metering. While Arizona Public Service Co.’s (APS) original proposal of a $50-$100 monthly charge was rejected, the ACC did approve a $0.70/kW monthly charge for new residential solar customer (a $3.50 monthly charge for a 5 kW system). In 2014, ACC has held a workshop process to further investigate the true costs and benefits of solar. Throughout this process and discussion, it has become evident that Arizonans care deeply about their right to generate their own power from the sun.

Arizona State Solar Policy Resources

Arizona Corporation Commission – Learn about the governing body that regulates the electricity rates and services of Arizona public utilities

Arizona State Legislature – Track pending legislation affecting solar energy, locate and contact individual legislators, and stay up to date on current legislative issues in Arizona

Arizona Governor’s Office of Energy Policy – Find a wide variety of information on state government energy programs, policy, projects, energy-saving strategies and energy-related statistics

Arizona State University – Solar Power Lab – Read about the innovative solar technology research taking place at Arizona State University

Arizona Goes Solar – Learn about residential and commercial solar energy options and related regulations through a collaborative effort led by the Arizona Corporation Commission and implemented by the regulated electric utilities in Arizona

DSIRE Incentives Database – Arizona – Search a public clearinghouse for specific solar energy incentives in Arizona and across the United States

U.S. Energy Information Administration – Arizona State Profile – Explore official energy statistics, including data on electricity supply and demand, from the U.S. government

Arizona Solar Power:  Rankings, Use and Incentives

Arizona is arguably the sunniest state in the U.S. and it is firmly in the U.S.’s Sunbelt, making it an ideal state for solar installations. As such some of the world’s largest solar farms are being built in the state’s borders and helped Arizona gain a ranking of No. 3 last year in the number of jobs in the solar energy industry. The industry employed 9,170 Arizonans in 2014. The only states with more employees were California, with 54,690, and Massachusetts, with 9,400. Arizona added 612 jobs in solar last year, a 7.2 percent growth rate.

Some of the solar power generated by Arizona’s solar farms is being used to power its bigger neighbor, California, some used within the state. Arizona’s renewable portfolio standard, which mandates utilities are required to acquire 15 percent of their electricity from renewable resources by 2025. Of that, 30 percent must come from distributed generation like on homes and businesses. As such the state and utilities in the state have programs that offer incentives for solar on people’s homes and businesses. These include net-metering and rebates through utilities and other incentives from the state and from municipalities. Such incentives include personal, property and sales tax credits.

Tax credits and rebates are available to property owners who upgrade or maintain renewable energy sources. One such program is Arizona’s Energy Equipment Property Tax Exemption, under which renewable electric generation, including solar thermal electric, photovoltaics, landfill gas, wind and biomass is not considered by the state to add. In addition, solar and wind-energy-generating equipment are exempted from sales tax.

Under Arizona’s net-metering rules homeowners and variety of other entities including businesses and municipal entities, among others, renewable energy installations up to 125 percent of their energy usage can qualify for net-metering. Under the rules, net excess generation can carry forward over a year period until it’s reimbursed to the person or entity at the utility’s avoided-cost rate.

Many utilities in Arizona offer rebates or payback programs to customers who install solar- or wind-power-generating equipment on their property. Depending on the rebate program, the utility may reimburse the system based on how many kilowatt hours the system is anticipated to produce over a 20-year lifespan. The utility will use those calculations to determine what the rebate for a system is. However, reimbursement funds are limited, so it is a good idea to check with both solar installers and local utilities to determine what current rebates are. Installers will also help home or business owners understand how much they can expect in incentives and rebates.

Arizona Solar Power Rebates

Arizona, with its strong Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), provided a solid foundation for solar panel rebate programs offered by all Arizona electric utilities.  An RPS set by the Arizona Corporate Commission and requires 15 percent renewable energy by 2025 among regulated utilities, 4.5 percent of which must come from distributed renewable energy sources. As of January 30, 2013[update], 19 projects, with a total nameplate capacity of 13.450 gW are actively seeking permission to build on federally owned BLM land in Arizona, and one, the 300 mW Sonoran Solar Project has been approved.

Arizona’s solar panel rebates give many residents a sizable chunk of cash towards their solar panel installation price with varying caps based on the size of your system.

Arizona’s solar power incentives include

(Utility Company – Rebate amount – Cap)

  • APS – $100/kW – $50,000
  • Electric District #3 – $200/kW – $2,000
  • Mohave Electric Cooperative – 40% of total cost up to $25,000
  • SRO – $100/kW – $500
  • Sulphur Springs Valley EC – $250/kW – $2,500
  • TEP – $100/kW – 50% of install cost up to 30kW
  • Trico – $100/kW – 30% of install cost for less than 10kW systems

How do solar rebates work? Similar to getting a rebate card from your local big box store for a dishwasher purchase, state legislatures also provide rebates for solar panel purchases to spur on investment and create new jobs. If you purchase the solar panel system yourself, you qualify for this free cash, which is often a lump payment back to you. Some solar installers like to take this amount directly off the total installed price, and they’ll handle the paperwork for you to make things a lot less complex.

Arizona Solar Power Tax Credits– 25% capped at $1k

Every resident in Arizona who installs solar panels gets a State Tax Credit of 25 percent of the total system cost, up to $1000, to be used toward State income taxes. And Arizonans also benefit from the 30 percent Federal Solar Tax Credit as well. There’s no cap on the federal tax credit and you’ll deduct that after you subtract your rebate.

About state solar tax credits: State tax credits are not technically free money. However, they are ‘credits’ and not ‘deductions’ which means that if you have the tax appetite to take advantage of them, then they can be a 1-to-1 dollar amount off your taxes instead of a fraction of the cost of the system. So that means they can be an important factor to consider. In certain circumstances, state tax credits can provide a very powerful incentive for people to go solar.

Property Tax Exemption — 100%

Arizona homeowners with solar panels in Arizona get two other benefits from the state:

First, your solar purchase is exempt from higher property taxes due to the increased value of your home. Property tax exemption status is a pretty big factor when putting together your investment considerations. Many argue that solar power adds approximately 20 times your annual electricity bill savings if you own the system and are not leasing.

For many average-sized solar power systems on a house, that can mean $20,000 to your home value. An additional $20,000 in property tax basis in many states amounts to a big chunk of change owed back to the state. However, many states have complete exemptions from added taxes when you install solar on your home!

The second benefit is:

Sales Tax Exemption — 100%

Arizona allows you to be exempt from sales tax on your solar purchase!

Arizona Net Metering

After a long struggle, Arizona solar panels are finally governed by a net-metering standard policy, and that’s great.Net metering is the policy that lets you store your extra solar energy with the utility, and they then credit your bill at night when there is no sun.

Arizona is offering net metering with no limit on the number of customers who can get it. All they ask is that you don’t get more solar than 125 percent of your current electric needs.

Even better, for that extra 25 percent of power that your solar panels can generate in Arizona, the utility is going to pay you extra cash at the end of the year. The rate is going to vary and has to be approved by the Public Utility Commission.

That means if you go all the way and buy a system that takes care of 125 percent of your current electric needs, you’ll not only get free electricity, but some spending money on top.

Arizona Interconnection Rules — None.

Interconnection rules are a little technical, but they basically allow you to “plug in” to the electric grid with solar panels on your roof.

Solar Financial Incentives in Scottsdale

For your Residential Solar Financing in Scottsdale, the SunLender programs can save you money while ensuring that the process is easy for you. In addition the money you can save with SunLender, Solar Power Systems installed in Scottsdale can save homeowners money through several other programs.

Federal Tax Credits and Accelerated Depreciation

A 30 percent federal tax credit is offered for the installation of both residential and corporate solar energy systems. The tax credit is applied to the net cost after other rebates or grants have reduced the initial system cost. The current federal tax credit program is available through 2016.

Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit: Homeowners installing new solar PV and solar water heating systems are eligible for his 30 percent tax credit. Download IRS Form 5695.

Business Energy Investment Tax Credit: Businesses installing new solar PV and solar water heating systems are eligible for this 30 percent tax credit. Download IRS Form 3468.

Modified Accelerated Cost-Recovery System (MACRS) + Bonus Depreciation.

Under the federal Modified Accelerated Cost-Recovery System (MACRS), businesses may recover renewable energy investments through depreciation deductions. For more information visit the US Department of Energy’s DSIRE website.

Federal ITC

The Federal Government provides tax credits for businesses that invest in renewable energy.

Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit

The Federal Government provides tax credits for residential renewable energy

SunLender serves all of Arizona and has special programs for cities including:

Chandler

Chandler, Arizona, a prominent city in Maricopa County, and a suburb of the  Phoenix, Arizona Metropolitan Statistical Area is bordered to the north and west by Tempe, to the north by Mesa, to the west by Phoenix, to the south by the Gila River Indian Community, and to the east by Gilbert. As of July 2014, the population was 254,276 according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Flagstaff

Flagstaff, Arizona, nicknamed “City of Seven Wonders” and “Dark Sky City,” Flagstaff carries the motto: “Service at a Higher Elevation” is a city located in northern Arizona. In 2013, the city’s estimated population was 68,667 and the combined metropolitan area of Flagstaff has an estimated population of 136,539.

Glendale

Glendale, Arizona, known as “Arizona’s Antique Capital”, is located in Maricopa County, and sits about nine miles northwest from Downtown Phoenix.  According to the 2010 census, the population of Glendale is 226,721. Glendale is part of the Phoenix-Mesa Scottsdale Metro Area.

Mesa

Mesa, Arizona, is a city in Arizona’s Maricopa County and a suburb located about 20 miles east of Phoenix. Mesa is the central city of the East Valley section of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area and is bordered by Tempe on the west, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community on the north, Chandler and Gilbert on the south, and Apache Junction on the east. As of the 2010 Census, Mesa became Arizona’s center of population, and is the third-largest city in Arizona.

Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona is the anchor of the Phoenix metropolitan area, also known as the Valley of the Sun. Phoenix is the capital city and largest city in Arizona. With 1,537,058 people, Phoenix is the most populous state capital in the United States, as well as the sixth most populous city in the United States. Phoenix is also the county seat of Maricopa County and with an area of nearly 518 square miles is one of the largest cities in America.

Scottsdale

Scottsdale is a city in the eastern part of Maricopa County, adjacent to the Greater Phoenix Area, and sits within the Salt River Valley, also known as the “Valley of the Sun,” in the northern reaches of the Sonoran Desert. The New York Times described downtown Scottsdale as “a desert version of Miami’s South Beach,” and as having “plenty of late night partying and a buzzing hotel scene.”

Tempe

Tempe, Arizona is a city in Maricopa County and was named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece. Tempe is located in the East Valley section of Metropolitan Phoenix. Tempe is an inner suburb, located between the core city of Phoenix and the rest of the East Valley, and is bordered by Phoenix and Guadalupe on the west, Scottsdale on the north, Chandler on the south, and Mesa on the east. As of the 2010 Census, the population was 161,719.

Tucson

Tucson, Arizona, which calls itself, “The Old Pueblo” and “Optics Valley”, is a city in and the county seat of Pima County. The 2010 United States census recorded the Tucson population as 520,116, while recent estimates of the entire Tucson metropolitan statistical area are at nearly 1 million people. The Tucson MSA forms part of the larger Tucson-Nogales combined statistical and Tucson the city is the second-largest populated city in Arizona behind Phoenix. Together, Tucson and Phoenix anchor the Arizona Sun Corridor.

Yuma

Yuma, Arizona, is a city in and the county seat of Yuma County, Arizona.  It is located in the southwestern corner of the state. Yuma is the principal city of the Yuma, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area which consists of Yuma County. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the 2014 estimated population of the Yuma MSA is 203,247.

To take advantage of Residential Solar PV Systems for your home or your customers’ homes … SunLender makes sense …

SunLender programs include:

SunLender™ Residential Solar Financing

  • Lease – The SunLender Lease is a 20-year term operating lease with zero or 2.9% escalator for financing the purchase and installation of a solar power system for your home.  SunLender owns the system and provides a 20-year “worry-free” solar system that will save your family money.
  • Loan – The SunLender Loan is a term loan for financing the purchase and installation of a solar power system for your home with term of up to 15 years. Installing a solar power system is equivalent to pre-paying power, at less than what you currently pay. Once installed, a solar power system requires little or no maintenance and will provide electricity cleanly and quietly using the renewable energy of the sun.

SunLender Plus™

  • Energy Efficiency Financing – Our Installer partners can show you how to “reduce” your energy usage with energy efficiency products, before you decide to “produce” with a solar system – ensuring that you get the right size system for your home. Our Signature Loan program allows you to purchase and install energy efficiency products that reduce the overall amount of energy your home uses.  If you use less energy, you not only save money, but you also do not need to offset as much energy, and therefore you do not need as large of a solar system. The Signature Loan is a secured term loan for financing the purchase and installation of energy efficiency products for your home with a term up to 7 years.

SunLender Pro™ Commercial Solar Financing

Our finance foundation has been built on strong, seasoned and trusting relationships that have grown from our solid financing reputation. We have expanded our commercial financing program to address demand for commercial financing energy projects through our simplified, convenient step-by-step process that funds your light-scale commercial projects. The SunLender Pro Loan is a term loan for financing the purchase and installation of a solar power system for your business with a term up to 15 years.

Pro Power Construction Interim Job Financing

One of the biggest challenges for Installers is cash flow during the construction phase of a project. Ramco/SunLender solves all that with ProPower Construction. Interim milestone payments are available to Installers from the beginning of a project. Greater Installer cash flow allows faster Installer growth and deal flow.

Start the process today, for your own home or for your customers’ homes …

Contact Mike Thompson by email: mthompson@sunlender.com,
or phone: (855) 630-0869 ext. 104