As of March 20th 2013 prices for purchasing a residential solar power systems for your NJ home or business have dropped to such a low level (As low as $1.66 per watt before AZ incentives) that we are no longer recommending a solar lease .

In many areas of the U.S.,including Arizona, when combining the 30% federal tax credit with other available financial incentives, the return on investment on a purchased system can be well under 4 years. In some areas of the country, prices for a purchased system have dropped so low and financial incentives are so high that it is actually possible for a solar system to pay itself off  in under 3 years.

In light of today's much lower pricing, in our opinion which is backed by over 14 years of serving the solar industry, a solar lease of any type makes absolutely no sense in today's market.

Unlike a solar lease with a $0 Down Solar Loan, you'll not only be able to keep the 30% federal tax credit and any applicable cash rebate or REC credits but you'll also own your system at a much lower price than what the leasing conpanies offer for a much better return on your investment.

Before you lock up your Arizona home with up to a 20 year 0 down solar lease contract, do yourself a huge financial favor and give us a call or better yet fill out our online free solar quote form. We promise that you'll be pleasantly surprised a how affordable the dream of a solar reality can be when you buy intead of lease from Arizona Solar Rebate.

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