Selina Advance's Quick Quote Finance Calculator
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Take the complexity out of financing home renovation projects
The Planning Portal have teamed up with Selina Advance to present their quick quote finance calculator.
The easy to use quick quote calculator takes all of the hard work out of searching and securing the funds needed by providing you with a fast and accurate quote for your project.
Simply select your project from the options below and complete the online form with your details. Selina Advance will then send you a free no obligation quote immediately. Once checks have been completed, details of the loan available to you will be sent where you will be able to draw down for your home renovation project.
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Providing a flexible drawdown facility that allows you to draw funds whenever you need throughout the renovation process. Interest is only paid on drawn down funds.
HELOCs (Home Equity Line Of Credit) differ from traditional term loans. As a 'line of credit', Selina's products allow borrowers to draw funds from the loan gradually instead of in one lump sum.
The HELOC is secured on your main residence as an extension to your existing mortgage. The minimum drawdown to activate your line of credit is only £1,000, and there are no early repayment charges if you wish to make overpayments. Rates start from 4.95%.
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Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments.