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Renovation Loans

With a Renovation loan, you can purchase or refinance with necessary or desired projects in mind, make immediate home improvements, and pay for them over time.

Renovation loan key features:

  • Allows for remodels, expansions, renovations, and repairs
  • Project financing is rolled into your mortgage so you don't need to deplete savings or take on higher interest forms of credit
  • Renovation loans available for second homes and investment properties

Have home financing questions?

Considering updating, expanding or remodeling your home?

With an FHA 203(k) or Fannie Mae Renovation loan, you can purchase or refinance a home with necessary or desired projects in mind, make immediate improvements, and pay for them over time. HomeStreet Bank specializes in renovation loans and will get you through the process smoothly.

Some features of our Renovation loans include:

For very large projects, a Construction Loan may be an alternative option. Contact a Loan Officer to learn which loan program is right for you.

All loans subject to approval.

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