Home Improvement Loans

Refresh your home with a new look! To get started, first decide what changes you would want for your living space. Based on how big your home improvement project will be, will determine which financing option would be best to help you. 

Home Improvement Loans

Are you thinking about a home improvement project? Not sure where to start? AMOCO can help! Whether you envision a small DIY project to refresh or take it down to its studs, there are no gnome limits, just possibilities to remodel your home to its greatest potential!

To get started, first decide what changes you want in your home. Based on how big your project will be, determine what financing option below would best suit your needs. If you’re interested, but still unsure, we’ve got you covered. Feel free to ask our Mortgage Team.

Small Change Option

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Personal Loan

Our Personal Loan is a great option to finance minor home renovations like landscaping, floor repairs, outdoor decks, and other small home renovations at a set monthly payment. Also, with our Personal Loans, you’ll receive quick funds if you have an unexpected repair and need to start your project right away.

Big Change Option

Stack of money

Home Equity Loan

Harness the borrowing power of your own home with a Home Equity Loan. You can use the funds from a Home Equity Loan, just like cash, for large home renovations such as kitchen remodels, bathroom upgrades, and adding in a new bedroom. Plus, the interest you pay on this loan is often tax-deductible. Consult with your tax advisor for details.

Don’t have your Mortgage Loan at AMOCO? No worries! You can still get your Home Equity Loan at AMOCO and our Mortgage Team can assist you. Also, check out our rates to see if refinancing will help you save money!

Not ready to apply yet? If you have questions, we have answers. Ask us before you apply, and we will make sure we get your questions answered. 

Rates and terms determined by borrower’s credit qualifications. For a complete list of rates and terms, visit us online at www.AMOCOfcu.org/loans. Subject to membership eligibility.

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