Did you know that HomeBridge Financial Services can help you do improvements to a home you already own or a home you want to purchase? We offer a variety of renovation loans that will allow you to basically rebuild a home from the slab up or modernize, customize and personalize your home with cosmetic improvements. With our renovation loans you can either purchase or refinance a home and, at the time of closing, finance the money to renovate your home! Your planned improvements are already factored into the home appraisal that we obtain for the mortgage qualification.

Therefore, instead of liquidating all of your cash reserves or putting home improvements on a high-interest credit card,  renovation loans at Homebridge Financial Services may well be a viable alternative. Call me today with any questions about these loans.

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