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EXTERIOR AND ROOF FINANCING
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We've partnered up with FinanceIt the leading financing company in Canada for Home Renovations, offering Albertans an easy and competitive financing process.
From February 1st to June 30th, 2023 we are offering a 9-month deferral at a discounted cost of 5.49%*
*contact us for more details
Why exterior and roof financing?
Exterior and roof financing is a way for homeowners to pay for a new roof or exterior without paying the full cost upfront. Instead, homeowners can finance the cost of a new roof over time through a loan or a line of credit.
There are several types of exterior and roof financing options available to homeowners. One popular option is a home equity loan or line of credit. This type of loan is secured by the equity in the homeowner's house, meaning that the lender uses the house as collateral for the loan. Homeowners can borrow a lump sum of money or a line of credit and use the funds to pay for a new roof. The interest rate on a home equity loan is typically lower than that of a personal loan or credit card.
Financing options can be offered by roofing contractors or roofing financing companies. They typically provide flexible payment plans and lower interest rates compared to traditional loan options. Calgary Elite Roofing uses FinanceIT, it is a popular financing institution in Calgary and in Canada as a whole. The popularity is due to its low monthly payment options, relatively low-interest rates, and ease of the application process.
FAQ Roof Financing
At Calgary Elite Roofing we specialize in what we do best, replacing and repairing roofs.
We do not finance roofs ourselves as we are not a financial institution; this is why we teamed up with FinaceIt. FinaceIt is a leading home financing institution in Canada and probably the best out there.
To start a loan for a roof replacement from a finance or lending institution, you typically need to provide the following documents:
- Proof of income: This can be in the form of pay stubs, tax returns, or other income documentation.
- Proof of residency: You may need to provide a utility bill or other documentation that shows your current address.
- Proof of ownership: this depends on the type of property.
- Personal identification: You may need to provide a government-issued ID, such as a driver's license or passport.
There might be additional supporting documentation that you might need to provide depending on the lender, the scope of the project, and your employment/income situation.