Home improvement loans

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Updated: 3/27/2003 1:09 pm
Home improvement loans can be obtained from different sources to improve the appearance and value of a house. Traditionally, home owners have taken out a second mortgage to finance home improvements. This is a separate loan taken against the equity you have established in your home. You can also talk to your bank about loans used solely for home improvements. It's important to remember a few points when shopping for a loan. Begin your search as soon as possible; the more time you have, the more time you can spend looking for the best loan terms. You'll also want to compare terms and interest rates among your mortgage company, bank, and credit union. It's recommended that you try to keep the repayment period as short as possible to avoid excessive interest and finance charges. For more information on loans, contact your bank or financial advisor.

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