Home Improvement Loans

Update to suit your family’s needs and love the home you’re in.

Turn your home current home into your dream home.

Maybe you have the perfect neighbours.  Maybe you have the perfect location.  Perhaps you just flat-out reject all the trouble and expense of moving house, or maybe it’s a combination of all three.  However you see it, it’s your life and your choice.

Whatever your plans, REVO Financial is here to help you make it happen, and arranging home improvement loans is easy.  You know what’s tough? Choosing your new countertops. (We love the quartz!)

So, let’s do this thing. Together.

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Home Improvement Loans  FAQs & Action Plan:

What the heck is a HELOC?

A HELOC is a secured loan known as a home equity line of credit and for the most part it works the same as any unsecured lines of credit you may have used in the past.  The difference is that by securing the line of credit against your home equity (up to 80% of your available equity!), we can get you a much lower rate than what you would get with a regular unsecured LOC.

How do I know if I should use a HELOC or a new mortgage?

That’s why we’re here to help.  We look at your bigger financial picture and help you make the choice by exploring and explaining your options, understanding the pros and cons of each one, and then putting you in the situation that best fits your life and your goals.

Can I just do my renovations first, then re-finance once I know how much I spent?

We always recommend going into any home improvement project with a very clear budget that is paid for exclusively by the loan proceeds.  If the job of doing up a renovation budget sounds stressful, don’t worry!  Our team is here to help and we do this every day. 

Our action plan and experience will help you keep your budget on track and minimize your cost of borrowing on the project.

Can I have more than one line of credit?

Most lenders we work with allow for up to 3 lines and there are varying circumstances under which you’d want to use more than one line of credit as your home improvement loan.  Of course, we’ll help you work out the best setup for your particular situation.


We’re here to help and ready when you are.