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Through Ohio Treasury's Renew & Rebuild Ohio linked deposit program, small business owners, farmers, and homeowners affected by the floods and severe weather are now eligible to receive interest rate reductions on loans.

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ECO-Link: FAQ

Where do I start?

Once a project is decided, please obtain pre-approval for a loan from a participating bank and establish an interest rate. Next, complete a user-friendly ECO-Link application with your bank and submit it to the Ohio Treasurer’s office.  The application will then begin the approval process.

Do I have to get an energy audit from a home rater to participate in the ECO-Link program?
 
No, it is not mandatory to get an energy audit to participate in ECO-Link.  Some homeowners choose to have an energy audit to gain a better idea of how they can make their home more energy efficient.
 
What are the steps for closing an ECO-Link loan?
  1. Talk with a banker to determine your eligibility to qualify for a loan.
  2. Receive a quote from a contractor or home rater.
  3. Give your ECO-Link application along with project quotes or receipts to your lender for submission to the Ohio Treasury.
  4. Once approved, close the loan with your bank.
  5. The bank will then disburse the funds to you directly or hold the funds until the contractor is able to be paid.
Who can I contact if I have more questions?

Contact the Ohio Treasury, Department of Economic Development via e-mail at ecolink@tos.ohio.gov or call toll free at (800) 228-1102.
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