These can be helpful for smaller projects that fit within your credit limit
Each option has variables to consider—from interest rates, repayment periods, potential collateral requirements, and more. It is important for you to decide which is right for your situation.
The good news is that, at BHG Money, our home improvement loans don’t require personal collateral, and they offer extended repayment terms* and affordably low monthly payments.
Starting the loan application process is as simple as calling our team or estimating your monthly payment in as little as 30 seconds using our online Payment Estimator.
Paying the loan amount back
The last step in the process of how a home improvement loan works is paying the loan back. When you apply for a loan, you receive a repayment term. Repayment terms vary by lender, so you may want to consider what length of time is best for your situation before securing financing.
For example, an extended repayment term, like those offered at BHG Money, can make monthly payments low and easy to manage. Meanwhile, short-term loans may come with higher monthly payments that eat up a larger amount of your fixed budget.
Once you’ve finalized your repayment terms, you’ll need to make a payment each month to keep up with your loan and eventually pay it off. Missing payments or making payments late could adversely impact your credit score, among other consequences.
That is how a home improvement loan works. If you’re in the market for financing or just want to talk to a specialist to find out what our financial solutions could do for you, contact our team today at 866.280.5476. You can also get a quick glimpse at how low your monthly payment could be by using our online Payment Estimator below.
*Terms subject to credit approval upon completion of application. Loan sizes and interest rates vary and are determined by applicant’s credit profile. Call for complete program details. For California residents: Consumer and commercial loans are made or arranged pursuant to the California Financing Law, License No. 603-G493.
*Personal loans not currently available in Illinois or Maryland.
1Consumer loans funded by one or more participating lenders. Equal Housing Lenders.