Renovating your home? Here's how to apply for a home equity loan

Realizing that it’s possible to turn your current home into a home you love is a great feeling. Discovering the smartest way to do it is even better. Once you know how to qualify for a renovation home equity loan, it’s time to gather everything you need to apply.

Utilize our helpful checklist with all items you need to apply for a renovation home equity loan and get ready to make that dream home of yours a reality.

    Items Required for All Home Equity Loans:

  1. Items Specific to a Renovation Home Equity Loan:

As you collect each documentation required for your renovation home equity loan application, we’re here to answer any questions you may have. Contact RenoFi as you prepare for the next step toward your dream home.


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