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There is the option of purchasing your system outright, if desired.

Zero-Down Low-interest Loan

If a solar customer chooses to purchase their system with a zerodown,
low interest loan, they have the benefits of:
– Incredible savings, with no money down!
– Positive cash-flow from system savings.
Banner Power Solutions is partnered with the following credit
unions to provide affordable financing options for our customers.

Home Equity Line of Credit

Equity Loans

Many of our customers choose to roll the cost of their system into a refinance of their home, or use an equity line of credit to borrow the money. These are still possible, and today’s low interest rates make them very cost effective, although this type of financing is not as easy to do as it once was.

Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union (PSCCU) offers traditional-style loans for solar.

PSCCU loan offers include the following:
– Up to 15 year terms
– Zero-down, $1,000 to $50,000 loans
– Low-interest, 4.25% to 9.74% depending on credit rating
– No prepayment penalties
– FREE one time reamortization

Please note that a lien will show up on the home; however, the loan is secured by a UCC
filing on the solar system itself, and not a mortgage.

Visit www.psccu.org or call (800)-273-1550

Zero Down Solar

Banner Power Solutions highly recommends Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union http://psccu.org/ to provide financing for our solar customers.

PSCCU offers ZERO DOWN financing with low interest rates as low as 3.75% APR for qualified borrowers.

The loan approval process with Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union can take less than 48 hours and can all be completed and approved online making the process extremely simple!

Start the loan approval process can be started by clicking on the following link Apply online at psccu.org or you can give PSCCU a call @ 1-425-283-5151 to get started today.

Equity Loans

Many of our customers choose to roll the cost of their system into a refinance of their home, or use an equity line of credit to borrow the money. These are still possible, and today’s low interest rates make them very cost effective, although this type of financing is not as easy to do as it once was.