We know the feeling of having an endless list of decorating and home improvements that we would like to do, but for one reason or another don't get around to doing. From replacing the living room carpet, to sprucing your garden or getting your dream kitchen, a home improvement loan of up to £15,000 could help make it a reality.
With every home improvement loan from CLEVR Money we make sure you understand exactly how much you’ll be paying back every month and what the total interest charge will be.
We charge fair interest rates on a home improvement loan to everyone who takes one out with us and we’ll work with you to set up a payment plan which we know you can afford. In addition to this, we work in a completely transparent manner, meaning you can be certain that there are no hidden fees, no set-up charges and no penalties if you’re able to pay the home improvement loan back ahead of schedule.
Once you’ve provided all the information we’ve asked for, we’ll process your application as quickly as we can. If we approve a loan, the funds will be transferred to your account, putting you in the extremely enjoyable position of having genuine choice, of being able to go out and buy the items you need, safe in the knowledge that you can easily afford them.
Apply for a home improvement loan online, or give our lending team a call on 01253 478390 if you have any questions.
Don’t wait around, improve your home today with a flexible and affordable loan from CLEVR Money!
How much you may be able to borrow
Borrowing £1,500.00 over 20 months will cost £100.84/month. Total amount repayable is £2,016.80 which includes interest at 42.6% APR.
The figures given above are for illustrative purposes only. The actual interest rates and repayment amounts may vary subject to loan amount and status.
In order to apply for a Home Improvement Loan you must:
- Live or work within our Common Bond area
- Be at least 18 years old
You must not:
- Be bankrupt, in a DRO or IVA
- Have had any outstanding CCJs within the last 24 months
- Have missed any repayments on credit within the last 6 months
- Have had any defaults within the last 12 months
- Have arrears on a credit union loan