Financing can help you reach renovation goals
Renovating your home can not only make it look updated and more modern, but also add value to your house. You don’t have to renovate your entire house all at once; you can just renovate your house one project at a time. The following are value-added renovation projects:
Before you can make your house more luxurious, your first priority should be keeping the existing structure sound. Take an inventory of what needs to be repaired in your house, such as an aging roof, old plumbing or weakening foundation.
Projects can include replacing your bathroom cabinet or lighting fixtures, updating your bathtub, sink, or toilet, and adding new tile flooring.
Projects can include replacing appliances, cabinets, countertops, or flooring. If you have the money, you can install granite countertops, richly stained custom cabinets, or energy-efficient stainless appliances.
Replace the worn carpet or rugs in your house. Ideally, you can replace all the flooring in your house at once. If you can’t afford to do this all at once, you can just replace the carpet in the room with the most wear and tear and replace the carpet in the other rooms when you can afford to do so.
You can finance your home improvement by using your home’s equity with a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC). CU Network Services is a full service mortgage company specializing in real estate loans and offers a no-cost HELOC with a quick turnaround time and payments spread over 30 years. Call 529-4599 for a no-obligation appointment or stop by the office at 715 S. King St., Ste. 100. CU Network Services (NMLS No. 375459) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hawaii Central Federal Credit Union and federally insured by NCUA. Membership at Hawaii Central Federal Credit Union is required.
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