We provide a list of financial incentives for various sectors in the Edmonton area. Note: These are not all City of Edmonton incentives, but rather a listing of what is available. For more information on these incentives, please contact the organization associated with the incentive program.
You can also find a listing of grants and financial incentives on the Federal Government website.
CMHC mortgage loan insurance premium refund
If you use CMHC insured financing to buy an energy-efficient home, purchase a house and make energy-saving renovations or renovate your existing home to make it more energy-efficient, you may qualify for a on the Mortgage Loan Insurance. You could also have the added flexibility of a longer amortization (the period of time required to repay your mortgage), significantly reducing your monthly payments.
EnerGuide For Homes evaluation rebate
An EnerGuide evaluation shows the energy performance of a home and provides personalized recommendations to help you make decisions about which upgrades or renovations would save you the most energy and money while also improving the overall comfort of your home. Edmonton residents can get a $400 rebate.
Housing Opportunities for Edmonton (HOPE)
The City has launched Housing Opportunities Program for Edmonton (HOPE), a home repair program for qualifying-income homeowners living in designated priority neighbourhoods. This includes an energy-efficiency component to help homeowners reduce energy bills and improve home comfort.
Genworth Energy-Efficient Housing Program
Homebuyers purchasing an energy-efficient home, or refinancing an existing home to make energy-saving renovations with Genworth-insured mortgages, are now eligible for a .
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