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Home Improvement Financing Now Being Offered by ConstructionDeal.com

Published on January 31, 2007 at 5:31 AM

Construction Deal, Inc., a top-rated web service that matches contractors to property owners with remodeling and construction projects, has announced a strategic partnership with a leading online consumer direct lender. It has always been the goal of ConstructionDeal.com to help homeowners complete their projects and now, by offering a financing option, they are one step closer to their objective.

Construction Deal's new Loan Center offers home equity loans and lines of credit. In addition to using the ConstructionDeal.com website to find a quality contractor, the homeowner can arrange for financing to cover the expense of their kitchen remodel, home addition, or swimming pool installation. "Choosing to partner with a major lender was an easy decision. They will provide great savings to our homeowners, with competitive rates and limited transaction fees, as well as the best privacy protection policies in the industry," said Timothy Clark, Director of Business Development for Construction Deal, Inc. "We've created a convenient and efficient way for homeowners to turn their house into their dream home."

Construction Deal's Loan Center uses custom features to help homeowners choose and apply for the home improvement loan that best suits their needs. Users can fill out applications online and apply, at their convenience, twenty-four hours a day. The online system keeps homeowners informed of their loan status from application through funding. They will be able to choose from a home equity loan, which will allow them to have all their money up front, or a home equity line of credit, which will allow them to draw only needed funds (up to a specified limit.) While ConstructionDeal.com searches for contractors to bid on the job, the homeowners will know how much they can spend before they begin their improvement project.

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