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Most people looking for a home improvement loan are home owners rather than tenants. This opens up a range of options including a secured personal loan or remortgage, through to a bridging or short term loan. Homeowners can also often obtain unsecured loans more easily.

Why consider a home improvement loan?

Using equity for your home improvement loan

When might a secured home improvement loan not be right for you?

Alternatives to a secured home improvement loan

Other Considerations

Ultimately, the best source of finance for your home improvement loan will depend on your circumstances, what you need the money for and how long you need it. For example you may just want a loan over 10 years to build an extension. Alternatively, your house could be part way through a major rebuild or renovation, or it is uninhabitable and you need a short term loan to complete the works and sell the property.

You will find information about secured loans, bridging loans and commercial finance on the website.

Alternatively, call us to discuss your specific requirements on 01902 585020.
Whether the loan is for home improvements, a property deposit, £10000 or £200000, there are lenders looking to lend. Talk to Promise on 01902 585020.