Since moving into our new house over the summer, home improvement has been on the forefront of my mind. Sometimes it seems like a task that’s just too cumbersome to take on. If we truly want to settle into this house for the coming years, however, a renovation undertaking is completely necessary. Preparing for home improvement can be stressful but we’ve done our research we have found a financial partner that meets our needs.
According to a recent *survery, we are not alone in our renovation endeavors. Being that we live in a thriving Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market with higher priced homes and a smaller supply available, most homeowners in our area, *58% to be exact, do anticipate home improvement expenses in the next 2 years. As my fellow DFW residents plan ahead for these projects, only *25% have taken out a home equity line of credit previously. Furthermore, *nearly 7 in 10 admit to facing obstacles in obtaining a loan. We can definitely relate to that!
Luckily, there is help when it comes to facing challenges in borrowing money for home improvement. Capital One is here to help with simply smarter tools that empower DFW residents to take charge with the support they need on their own terms.
Just by visiting CapitalOne.com/home-equity, you can:
- Get your customized rate offer and estimated loan amount – with no impact to your credit score.
- Begin the application process – it’s simple and there are no burdensome fees.
Capital One’s simply smarter process allows you to easily learn more about and apply for a home equity line of credit that gives you the flexibility to withdraw what you need for your renovation project. Isn’t that a relief?
You could even get a lower rate than with other financing options! Be sure to check out CapitalOne.com/Home-Equity for their current HELOC rates.
We are currently working with Capital One to finance our home improvement projects. So far the process has been easy so I highly recommend visiting CapitalOne.com/Home-Equity, calling 855-446-9656, or stopping by any Capital One branch location to learn more.
A beautiful, functional home is in your future!
* The Capital One Dallas Home Equity Survey was conducted by Wakefield Research among 500 homeowners ages 18+ in the Dallas-Fort Worth DMA, between December 2 and December 7, 2015, using an email invitation and an online survey.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.