We’ve teamed up with Hearth, the leader in home improvement financing, to find you competitive loan options that save you money and get your project done right.
Pre-qualification doesn’t affect your credit
Low, fixed monthly payments
Request up to $100,000
Funding in as soon as 24 hours
Avoid using home equity
No prepayment penalties
How it works
Complete a short online form
Review loan options from different lenders
If approved, get funded in as soon as 24 hours
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What does “getting pre-qualified” mean?
After you answer a few questions, Hearth will send your information to its network of lending partners. Within seconds, they will check your eligibility and show you available options. Seeing rates does not affect your credit score. You can then submit a loan application with your chosen lending partner, which will affect your credit report just like any loan application.
Q: What information do I need to apply?
Before applying for a loan option Hearth finds you, you’ll need access to a paystub, your W-2, or
another form of income verification.
Q: Why should I use Hearth instead of my credit card?
Interest rates on credit cards are often higher than those on loans you’ll find through Hearth.
Q: What kind of loans are available through Hearth?
Hearth’s lending partners offer personal loans. These loans have fixed monthly payments, terms that
are usually between 3 and 7 years, no home equity requirement, and no prepayment penalties.
Q: When is my first payment due?
Your first payment will be due a month after getting a loan.
Q: How do I make payment on the loan?
You can pay your chosen lending partner by logging into their website and making a quick payment.
Q: Does Hearth decide who is pre-approved?
Hearth is a technology company, which is licensed as a broker as may be required by state law. Hearth does not accept applications for credit, does not make loans, and does not make credit decisions. Hearth works with various lending partners to show customers available financing options; all loans subject to credit approval.