Thank you Capital One for sponsoring this post. Click here to learn more about how Capital One’s home equity tools can help with your home improvement plans and debt consolidation plans.
As Laura Ingalls Wilder said, “home is the nicest word there is.” A few months ago, I shared a home goals printable, to encourage you to start thinking about home goals and improvements you want to make to your own home in 2017!
I love dreaming and planning about home projects on my wish-list-both larger projects that may take some time to save up for, and smaller, more manageable projects that can be done in a weekend!
Have a larger renovation project on your list for 2017? Capital One may be able to help! Their simply smarter process allows you to easily learn more about and apply for a home equity line of credit that gives you the flexibility to withdraw what you need for your renovation project. Their online tools can help you choose the right option for your situation and home goals.
With a quick trip to capitalone.com/home-equity, you can:
- Get your customized rate offer and estimated loan amount – with no impact to your credit score
- Begin the application process – it’s simple and there’s no application fee or closing costs
Of course, you don’t have to wait to complete your next big project to begin enjoying your home. With that in mind, I’ve created two free printables featuring one of my favorite truths, “it’s so good to be home.”
Just click below the printable you’d like and send to your favorite photo printer (8×10 works best). Add to a frame, and display!
Our home has undergone many transformations through the years. You can check out the progress (and LOTS of images) on our Home Tour page! While we didn’t use Capital One’s Home Equity products for our projects, it’s good to know that they are there for our next big renovation.
Here are a few of my favorite, recent home projects:
What home project are you planning to tackle in 2017?
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.