Home Renovation Financing Options

Need funding for home improvements?

One of the first big decisions when starting a home improvement project is planning how to pay for it. From small projects to full-scale renovations and additions, we have a number of options available including:

  • Mortgage Refinance
  • Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)
  • Home Equity Loan
  • Personal Home Improvement Loan

Refinance your mortgage

Depending on the equity in your home and the size of the home improvement project, you may want to consider either a cash-out refinance or our Home Renovation Loan.»

You may be eligible to use not only the equity you have in your home today, but also the equity you create with your planned project. Apply online or call us at 866-722-5110.

Home Equity Line of Credit

Use the equity in your home to finance all sorts of ideas. You can even use it to consolidate debt or pay off bills. Flexible options make it easy for you to use the credit in the ways you need it most:
  • Funds can be advanced through a  online transfer or by a telephone request.
  • You can fix the rate for either two, five or 10 years, providing protection from increases in interest rates.
  • Interest may be tax deductible for this loan. We always encourage you to verify with your tax adviser.

Home Equity Loan

Secure an installment loan for your one- to four-unit family residential property, whether or not you are an owner occupant. A home equity loan can help in other ways, beyond just housing needs:
  • Home improvement tasks
  • Debt consolidation
  • College tuition
  • Interest may be tax deductible. Consult a tax adviser to find out.

Home Improvement Loan

If you're looking for an alternative to using your home's equity to fund your next home project, a Home Improvement Loan might be right for you. It's ideal for home fix-ups in the range of $1,000 to $15,000. We make it easy, with great rates, no up-front fees and no equity requirements.
Apply online, visit your local branch, or call us at 866-641-5335 to apply over the phone.

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Subject to credit approval and limited to residents of Washington, Oregon, Idaho or California.