Borrowing for Home Improvement
Post

Borrowing for Home Improvement

  Using A Personal Loan for Home Improvement Projects   The decision making a process for home improvement projects and their financing can be exciting, demanding, and sometimes disappointing. The mortgage industry’s collateral requirements and closing costs can make their heavily promoted lines-of-credit, and high-interest rate second mortgages unfavorable products for financing your home improvements....

Consolidating Your Bills with a Personal Loan
Post

Consolidating Your Bills with a Personal Loan

  Using A Personal Loan to Consolidate Bills   The personal sacrifices and financial complications a person and their family have to endure when servicing monthly bills may be an avoidable hardship. No matter if, a person’s accumulation of monthly bills is the result of a sudden and unexpected financial burden, loss of employment, or...

Unsecured Personal Loans vs. Secured Home Improvement Loans:  What’s  the Difference?
Post

Unsecured Personal Loans vs. Secured Home Improvement Loans: What’s the Difference?

Unsecured Personal Loans For Home Improvement What is it: it’s a loan priced and made solely on a lender’s assessment of a borrower’s ability to repay – property or collateral do not secure them. Because they are unsecured, lenders consider them riskier than secured loans; however, interest rates on unsecured personal loans are most often...

Financing Small Home Improvement Projects
Post

Financing Small Home Improvement Projects

The How-To of Financing Small Home Improvement Projects There are many different ways to finance small home improvement projects, such as: decks additions renovations remodels swimming pools landscaping Some contractors offer to finance, so homeowners with limited credit or poor credit can secure the funds they need for their desired project. Besides, credit cards can...