Everyone happens at least once in their life to having to renovate their home: you want to make structural changes, you want to carry out maintenance or even just to refresh the walls a bit and maybe install new fixtures. The prices for these jobs, however, are not exactly accessible, which is why there is a particular type of financing that relates to the restructuring loan. Let’s see what it is by comparing three different loans as examples.
For even very low amounts there is Nice Bank funding
If we intend not to make major changes to our house but to just refresh it here and there then the Nice Bank restructuring loan can be interesting: with amounts disbursed that start from just 1,000 USD (but reach up to 60,000 ) finances from ordinary to extraordinary house maintenance, from the replacement of doors to locks, with many other interventions. The installments can be chosen according to the needs of the applicant and the interest rates amount, in a loan of 15,000 USD, to a fixed Tan at 5.70% and a Tag at 5.85%.
Best Bank also covers the construction of swimming pools
If, on the other hand, you plan to stay in the range between 2,750 and 30,000 USD and you have work in mind for the garden and the outdoors, then it might be useful to take a look at the Best Bank restructuring loan. With a fixed Tan of 5.56% and a Taeg of 6.17% it also allows expenses for the construction of swimming pools, general renovations and fixture installations. For further information, please consult the website www.agosweb.it or call the toll-free number.
For higher costs, you can contact United Loan
Finally, for expenses up to $ 100,000, among the loans for the restructuring, United Loan finances all the interventions that fall within the typologies envisaged by the current Stability Law and previously established by Law Decree 63 of 4 June 2013 in this regard, you can consult the website of the Revenue Agency. Also in this case the installment is flexible, it is paid monthly through RID and the interest rates are quite convenient: fixed Tan at 6.50% and fixed Taeg at 7.07%.