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A quality in ground pool is a significant investment. It is often the largest purchase a person will make aside from their home. Whether you're building new, remodeling, upgrading equipment or need repairs. Financing all or part of your project may be a better option. That’s why many homeowners choose to pay for it over a period of time rather than committing the cash up front. This is possible through a variety of pool financing options. For more information on your pool loan options, or to be referred to one of our trusted lenders, call us today. With online applications and electronic processing, you’ll be amazed at how easy the pool loan process can be! For more information on your pool loan options. Click on the banner links to find the right fit for you or call us today.

Secured Pool Loans

Secured pool loans are the most common choice for financing a new pool, as they tend to offer longer terms, lower interest rates and higher loan amounts. They are a good option for those that have equity in their homes (not always a requirement) and are willing to use it as collateral for their new pool, or for those that have other assets (such as savings accounts, stocks, bonds, or mutual funds) that they are willing to use as collateral. The most common form of pool financing is a Home Improvement Loan. This allows you to take out a second mortgage based on the improved value of the home (the projected value of your home once the pool is completed). This option often allows borrowers to roll in the full cost of their pool with minimum up front costs. For more information on your pool loan options. Click on the banner links to find the right fit for you or call us today..

Unsecured Pool Loans

Secured pool loans are the most common choice for financing a new pool, as they tend to offer longer terms, lower interest rates and higher loan amounts. They are a good option for those that have equity in their homes (not always a requirement) and are willing to use it as collateral for their new pool, or for those that have other assets (such as savings accounts, stocks, bonds, or mutual funds) that they are willing to use as collateral. The most common form of pool financing is a Home Improvement Loan. This allows you to take out a second mortgage based on the improved value of the home (the projected value of your home once the pool is completed). This option often allows borrowers to roll in the full cost of their pool with minimum up front costs. For more information on your pool loan options. Click on the banner links to find the right fit for you or call us today.