Understand finances before starting home build
If you are a homeowner planning to remodel, it’s important to choose the right home improvement projects and take the time to figure out your finances. Whether you plan to remodel your home to entice potential buyers or just to give it a fresh new look, the money spent on improvements may potentially increase its overall value. Typically, homeowners can expect a good return on investment from any type of home improvement.
CU Network Ser vices (NMLS No. 375459) offers a wide variety of loan programs to help any homeowner who’s planning to remodel. In many cases, your home’s built-up equity could be the best source of financing your remodeling projects. With a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) from CU Network Services, you are able to put that equity to work for you and turn your home’s equity into accessible funds. Instead of limiting your renovation project to just cash funds, a HELOC allows you to access funds as needed through a revolving line of credit.
One popular option that adds instant value to your residence is to upgrade your home to energy-efficient technology, such as solar photovoltaic systems. While the initial price of installation is pricey, it is an investment that will eventually pay for itself as you save on utility bills for many years to come. To help with these initial costs, CU Network Services offers special loan rates specifically for photovoltaic systems. Perhaps an entire rebuild of your home is the best option, which would make an Owner-Builder Construction loan the best loan program for this situation.
The highly experienced home loan specialists at CU Network Services are available to assess your financial situation. The consultation is free, and the specialists understand the urgency of getting your project started on time. If you choose to open a HELOC for your project, you may be approved and funded in as little as three weeks. Apply online at cunetworkservices.com, call 529-4599 or visit the office at 715 S. King St., Ste. 100.
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