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Posted by Mr. K on February 6, 2012, 7:02 pm
 
I talked to a EcoBroker and they said my prop. is worth more because of
good Solar potential.
What should I expect my place is worth over say the same situation on
the other side of the hill. i.e. in shade 7/24 ?
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Karma, What a concept!
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Karma, What a concept!

Posted by argusy on February 7, 2012, 11:38 pm
 
On 07/02/12 5:32 AM, Mr. K wrote:

God, that's a pretty broad expectation!!

obviously not in suburbia!!
Property size?
Location?
Close to shopping?
Highway nearby?
Government/council/city building restrictions?
Do you have a mansion with six Bentleys, and TOSOTH doesn't?

Come on, your place is worth what somebody is willing to pay for what's been
developed on it, and probably has nothing to do with how many wind farms or
solar arrays either side of the hill can support.

Besides, with the distance to the sun being 15 MILLION kilometers away, both
side of the hill would get the same energy/square metre (or square foot), on any
given day of the year, irregardless of shade conditions.
Unless the hill is a mountain range two thousand miles long running north/south,
which puts both sides into a different insolation pattern
Even if this hill is east/west, what you get in the morning, TOSOTH would get
back in the afternoon, or vice versa

I think someone is telling you fairy tales.


Posted by Mho on February 8, 2012, 3:03 am
 Most home solar hobbyists find they have to remove the installation to get
buyers to even consider putting in an offer on it.

Think about it. Would you buy a home with somebody else's botched
installation? Most enthusiasts want to create their own. Investors want to
see the profit spreadsheets and that usually deters them.

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On 07/02/12 5:32 AM, Mr. K wrote:

God, that's a pretty broad expectation!!

obviously not in suburbia!!
Property size?
Location?
Close to shopping?
Highway nearby?
Government/council/city building restrictions?
Do you have a mansion with six Bentleys, and TOSOTH doesn't?

Come on, your place is worth what somebody is willing to pay for what's been
developed on it, and probably has nothing to do with how many wind farms or
solar arrays either side of the hill can support.

Besides, with the distance to the sun being 15 MILLION kilometers away, both
side of the hill would get the same energy/square metre (or square foot), on
any
given day of the year, irregardless of shade conditions.
Unless the hill is a mountain range two thousand miles long running
north/south,
which puts both sides into a different insolation pattern
Even if this hill is east/west, what you get in the morning, TOSOTH would
get
back in the afternoon, or vice versa

I think someone is telling you fairy tales.


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