The pre-qualification you just received from REFI.COM isn’t your ordinary first step. We’ve evaluated your credit, accounts and individual situation and you’ve been instantly matched with the top sources of funds listed below, ready to lend to you. You will be getting a call from one of our experienced licensed Loan Advisors to discuss these loan options and to see if there might be a way to lower your payment even more with different refinance loan options.

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Did You Know?

Kitchen Remodel $22,134
Bathroom Remodel $9,723
New Deck or Patio $7,086
New Countertops $3,232

A home renovation is the best way to get the home of your dreams while building
valuable equity. However, updating your kitchen, building a deck, or adding a room
can be expensive.

Three Ways to Get Started

Good news! If you’ve owned your home for more than a year you have equity
which you can use to get your home renovation project started.

Cash-Out Refinance

A cash-out mortgage refinance is the best way to get your project off the ground, while reducing your interest rates. Cutting your payments and saving you money every month.

Perfect for homeowners who have built up equity in their home.

Home Equity Loan

A home equity loan lets you access the equity in your home to fund your project at lower rates than other unsecured loan options.

Ideal for homeowners with equity who may not want to refinance their entire mortgage. makes it easy to find the right loan option for you

  • Your prequalification immediately connects you with lenders willing to lend to you
  • Knowing you’re prequalified before starting the application process gives you confidence your project will be funded without hassle or delay
  • Your Prequalification ensures you’re given the most competitive rates from top lenders is your borrowing advocate. You choose the best loan for your needs, and we do the rest. makes it easy to get the loan you need without having to waste time and energy dealing with lenders who may not be willing to lend to you.