Increasing your home's value with a loan
By Mark Lambie
A few years ago you bought your home. Over time you've taken good care
of it. After all, it's where you live and you have to be happy with where you
live. But times change and soon you think you may have to move on. For
whatever reason, it might be time to get a bigger home or move to a better
Your home is an investment. It's a growth-style investment, which means
you pay for it when you buy it and you get money for it when you sell it and
the difference between the two is your return. (Unlike an income-style
investment which generally costs the same when you buy it as when you
sell it, but you make an income over time from it).
So is there anything you can do to increase the amount of money you
make on your investment? Absolutely! How? It's all a matter of finding
ways to increase the amount of money that someone else will pay for it
when it's time to sell.
One way to do this is to get a UK home improvement loan and fix up your
house. You can build an addition, or paint your house, or put on a new
roof. Perhaps you want to re-landscape the yard or put in new windows. Or
you might want to put new locks and security equipment into the home to
increase the potential buyer's peace of mind.
Whatever you decide to do, you need cash to do it and a UK home
improvement loan is one way to get that cash. There are many companies
out there who provide UK home improvement loans, and even if your
credit rating is less than spectacular, you can still find a good amount of
money to make improvements on your home.
Look around at some of the loan companies providing loans and see what
they have available for you, in terms of amounts of available loans,
interest rates, and repayment terms. You're sure to find something that
suits your needs.
And with a UK home improvement loan you'll also enjoy a single, low
monthly repayment so that you can put the money into your house and
budget back the repayment easily!
Since homes increase in value at a greater rate than the amount of money
you put into it, you should find that you'll easily earn back the money you
spent on a loan when you sell your home. Or, at the end of your
renovations, you may find that you don't want to sell at all!
About the Author
Mark Lambie is the founder of Loan Source, a website for UK residents seeking secured loans. Visit
our website today for a free Home Owner Loan quote and
find out how much we can save you.
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