There are many reasons for home renovations, all of which can either make or save you money in the long-run. With our refinancing options you can increase your home’s resale value and decrease ongoing expenses. There are no excuses to keep putting your renovation dreams on hold.
How it Works
Refinancing will allow you to pull out equity which can be used for a variety of purposes, such as consolidating debt, paying college expenses, taking that vacation and improving your home. We love the latter because it will provide lasting comfort and increase your property value. It’s a win-win!
Benefits to Refinancing for Home Improvement
1) Receive a better discount on your mortgage
2) Increase you living space
3) Make much needed repairs
4) Invest in energy efficient upgrade
5) Lower your monthly operating costs
6) Reduce your carbon footprint
7) Increase your comfort – you work hard for your home, you should enjoy it!
8) Find a practical and cost-efficient solution rather than moving
Your home should be a reflection of who you are and what makes you happy. Don’t rush into a renovation without a good plan which considers both your lifestyle and priorities. Be sure to consider your current and future needs so that the upgrades will take you further. After coming up with your wish list we recommend speaking with a Designer who can help you to set realistic goals for your budget. You will also want someone who is honest about any foreseeable obstacles which could cost you thousands of dollars in repairs for what could have been avoided with proper planning.
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Determining a Budget
Speaking of budgets, yours will depend on the refinancing options available to you. Contact Carie and Tammy to discuss your options and turn your “someday” list into your summer project!
With our refinancing options there is excuse to not have the home you love.