We moved into our home about 5 years ago. We found a fantastic school district and great neighborhood, and it has worked out perfectly. In those years, we’ve put off home improvements to have a few babies (priorities, y’all!) but now that my youngest is almost a year old, it’s time to circle back to the things we always talk about: wooden floors, a bigger bathroom, a front porch, a back patio, new paint, etc.
These big home improvement projects are just that… BIG. Not only are they “weekend projects”, they are also costly. Whether you’re remodeling your home or consolidating debt, Capital One is there to help with simply smarter tools that help you choose the right option for your situation. With all the home improvement projects I want to do, I’m looking forward to using capitalone.com/home-equity products in the near future! I love the fact that I can plug in numbers on the site, and get estimates! That’s super helpful, and I didn’t even have to enter my personal information!
By visiting capitalone.com/home-equity, you can get a customized rate offer, an estimated loan amount (without impacting your credit score), and even begin the application process (without fees!)
The DFW real estate market is thriving right now, and with the higher home prices and smaller supply of availability, 58 percent of homeowners in DFW anticipate home improvement expenses within the next two years. As DFW residents plan ahead for these projects, only 25 percent have taken out a home equity line of credit previously and nearly seven in ten (68 percent) admit to facing obstacles in obtaining a loan.
With these obstacles in mind and as residents go through the process for the first time, Capital One is here to help with simply smarter tools that empower DFW residents to take charge with the support they need on their own terms.
If you are in the market right now, or just want to make your Pinteresting dreams a reality, make sure you visit capitalone.com/home-equity, call 855-446-9656 or stop by any Capital One branch location for more information.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.