Home energy tax credits: Are they still available?
In recent years, energy tax credits made many home projects more affordable. Since January 1, 2012, the scope of projects that qualify for tax breaks has narrowed considerably, but there are still many incentives available.
6 reasons home renovations are booming
A surge in home improvement activity in the U.S. started in 2012. See what is driving the trend to fix up our homes and stay put.
There are many different ways to pay for your project if you do not have the option of paying all cash. Refinancing your mortgage, getting a second loan, or signing up for a credit card are all viable options. Learn more about each below.
Did you know you could pull cash out of your home to pay for your remodel by refinancing your mortgage? With rates at historic lows, you can have the kitchen you want along with a low fixed-rate mortgage payment.
If you are looking for an easy, short-term way to pay for your remodel, a credit card may be the right option for you. Choose from a variety of cards, including those offering 0% interest over 12 months.
Have a lot of equity in your home and don't want to pay for your remodel in cash? A home equity line of credit may be the financing option for you.