Home Improvement Loans from Renaissance Community Loan Fund
If you need to make certain home repairs, a home improvement loan with Renaissance allows you to finance up to 100% of the renovation costs. Renaissance offers a variety of home loan options so you can make the necessary improvements/repairs without using all of your savings or getting into a risky financial situation.
Home Improvement Loan Uses
Use your Home Improvement Loan from Renaissance Community Loan Fund for almost any project that improves your home and makes it a better place to life. This includes loans for:
Submit a Home Improvement Loan Inquiry to Get Started
If you’re interested in a Home Improvement Loan with Renaissance, you can get started by:
- Calling us directly at (228) 896-3386. Ask to speak with a mortgage originator about a home improvement loan.
- For more information or answers to any questions you have about our Home Improvement Loans, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit the Home Improvement Loan inquiry form above.
Tips for Hiring a Contractor for Your Home Improvements
Be safe when you hire a contractor for your home. Below are some questions to ask a potential contractor during process.
What to ask before the site visit:
- Are you licensed and insured?
- Do you offer free onsite estimates?
- How long have you been in business?
- Do you do the work yourself or do you employ subcontractors?
- Do you warranty your work?
- Do you offer a written contract?
- Ask for local references from past customers that you can speak with.
What to ask after the site visit:
- What brands of materials will be used and why?
- How soon can you start, and when will the project be complete?
- Be sure the cost of labor, materials, and any other expenses are included in a written bid.
What to ask about warranties:
- What is your warranty on workmanship? Is there a manufacturer’s warranty?
- Are there any actions or exceptions that could possibly void the warranty?
- Is it a prorated warranty or does it cover 100% for the full term?
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TIP: A contractor’s warranty should cover workmanship, installation and related issues. The manufacturer’s warranty should cover materials and manufacturing defects.