Finance a dream home renovation or repair project with a home equity loan
Financing your next home renovation or repair project might be easier than you think.
Homeowners looking to invest in their property, increase its value, or finally make it their dream home can quickly obtain funds for an upgrade by leveraging the equity they have accumulated in their home.
Alpine Credits, Canada’s leading home equity lender for over 50 years, offers an alternative to the big banks, which generally have stricter criteria for borrowers.
Whether it’s a much-needed repair or a dream renovation, residential projects such as a kitchen makeover, bathroom remodel, new flooring, electrical or plumbing can be accelerated with a home equity loan.
Home renovations are a great way to add value to a property – and with house prices soaring – it’s often more practical than buying a new place.
“For homeowners who don’t want to sell their properties but still want to take advantage of this opportunity, home equity financing is a great option to consider,” an Alpine Credits blog notes.
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Many people avoid home renovations because they fear they won’t qualify for a home improvement loan. But Alpine Credits specializes in quick and easy home improvement loan approvals.
Borrowing from a credit card can be expensive if not paid after a few weeks, while a home equity loan has lower interest rates and one to five years to pay off.
Unlike big banks with strict lending criteria, Alpine Credits offers a quick and easy solution. Alpine Credits helps homeowners get approved, regardless of their credit history, age or income. In most cases, it takes less than 24 hours from application to approval.
Once approved, the funds go straight to your bank account and you can finally start making your DIY dreams a reality.
For more information on home improvement loans and to apply, visit Alpine Credits.