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Why Choose a Home Improvement Loan?
Many people choose to take out home improvement loans so they can give their house a new look before selling.
Home Improvement Loans can help you if you have been considering doing some home improvements to your home and have now decided to look for a loan to turn those home improvement ideas into reality.
Should you wish to make major improvements to your home, how would you fund it? If you have savings, that's all well and good, but if you don't have the money put away you may want to borrow it. Should you wish to borrow money specifically to improve your home though, there is an option that it's worth learning about. This is the home improvement loan.
In some ways, this is a mortgage extension. Your mortgage lender will like to lend you money for this, as you are increasing the value of property that they own until you have paid back your mortgage. They also like the fact that you will have to pay interest on your home improvement loan as well, so they can make more money out of it.
No matter what amount you're looking borrow, £5000 for a new kitchen or £100,000 plus for an extension, a home improvement loan can help.
Another reason for choosing a home improvement loan is to simply add an extension or modernise your home for your own quality of life. Many homes do not have double-glazing or central heating, and these systems are expensive to install. Getting a home improvement loan will allow you to pay for these essential jobs, and pay back the loan at an affordable rate.
A home improvement loan is in some ways an extension of your mortgage, in that the first port of call for someone wanting to carry out major home improvement work on their home would be their mortgage lender. It is, however, a separate loan, which can be paid back over a different period.
The mortgage lender will not discourage this home loan, as it is in their interests for improvement work to be carried out on the home they are lending on, considering that they effectively own it until the mortgage is repaid. Also, it's a chance for them to make a little bit more money out of interest on the loan.
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