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Buy to Let Lenders now require a valid EPC

Borrowers looking to re-mortgage existing Buy to Let property are now required by Lenders to produce an EPC that complies with the new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard even for properties let on existing tenancies where compliance is not required until April 2020. The move is seen by industry experts as a way of Lenders  future proofing their investments to ensure their security is not undermined come 2020. For a complete MEES EPC service with FREE advice on ensuring you achieve E rating call 0800 862 0022

The Green Deal is back.......

Following the acquisition of the GreenDealFinance.Company by Greenstone Finance and Aurium Capital Marketshave. The deal includes the business and assets of the former government backed scheme including its existing loan book with a principal value in excess of £40m. Read further information about the Green Deal HERE

Schhhhhhhhh...........I shall say this only once. Enter voucher code X131Y at checkout and receive an amazing 10% discount on our standard EPC rate. You pay £47.25 all inclusive with no messing about obtaining quotes like other providers!

Thats right enter voucher cope X131Y at checkout and receive a whopping 10% discount on our EPC standard rate for any domestic property up to four bedrooms. We cover the whole of the UK employing Energy Assessors who are personally vetted and accredited by Agent Green. Our Assessors have enhanced levels of Insurance for your piece of mind. Would you really let a stranger into your house with a dodgy website and no office address. Order on-line or call 0800 862 0022 - we will even pay for the call!

Agent Green EPCs are the perfect complement to Vendors using on-line Estate Agents.

A recent survey showed that less than 30% of on-line Estate Agents include an Energy Performance Certificate in their sales package. Less than 20% offer Vendors the facility to order an EPC via their website. An EPC ordered via Agent Green will allow your on-line Estate Agent to market your property from day one and ensure you do not risk a £200 fine from Trading Standards. Agent Green Energy Assessors are fully insured and government regulated to produce the most accurate EPCs available. Do not let a stranger into your home with no idea of their office address and just a mobile phone number. This was the advice we received from our local Trading Standards Officer.

RHI Applications can be a minefield - OFGEM to the rescue

This useful document shows you the questions in the application form for the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive. It will help you prepare before you complete it. It covers questions about you, your renewable heating system and the property it’s in, to assess your eligibility.

Get Paid to Heat your Home!

The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (Domestic RHI) is a government financial incentive to promote the use of renewable heat. Switching to heating systems that use eligible energy sources can help the UK reduce its carbon emissions and meet its renewable energy targets. People who join the scheme and stick to its rules receive quarterly payments for seven years for the amount of clean, green renewable heat it’s estimated their system produces. A requirement of applying for RHI is to obtain an EPC and Agent Green can provide this for you and additionally provide you with an estimate of the RHI payment you will receive. Contact Agent Green on 0800 862 0022

Renew now

Its almost 10 years since the first EPCs were produced in the UK, which means that from 2017 you will be required to renew your EPC. 10 years is a long time by any standards and there is every likelihood that improvements would have been made to your property. A new boiler for example would make a significant improvement to your EPC rating and help you comply with the forthcoming Minimum Energy Efficiency Requirement. Agent Green are able to undertake your EPC renewal and can offer discounts for block instructions or entire portfolios. Contact Agent Green on 0800 862 0022?

Are you legal?

On 1 April 2016 a new minimum standard for properties rented out in the private sector was introduced: From 1 April 2018 there will be a requirement for new lets and renewals of properties rented out in the private sector to have a minimum energy efficiency rating of E on an EPC. From 1 April 2020 the minimum standard of an energy efficiency rating of E on an EPC will apply to all existing tenancies. It will be unlawful to rent a property which breaches the requirement for a minimum E rating, unless there is an applicable exemption. Agent Green can advise you on the most cost effective measures to ensure compliance with the new laws and ensure that your tenants are kept warm and happy. Contact Agent Green on 0800 862 0022