Financing Made Easy

Receive pre-qualified offers in 60 seconds or less with no impact on your credit score. Now you can spread your project over monthly payments at competitive rates.

Easy Payment Options

Remodeling a house is a huge undertaking – we understand.

That is why Acorn Finance works hard to give you the best rates for home improvement loans so you can focus on what matters most. Expand your home, redo the kitchen, or upgrade your bathroom today by securing a low-interest home remodel loan with Acorn Finance.

Offers In Seconds

Get pre-qualified for a home remodel loan with an easy online mobile friendly form.

Competitive Payment Options

Borrow up to $100K, up to 12 years, APRs as low as 4.99%.

Receive Funds Quickly

Receive funds in as little as one business day.

No Impact To Credit

Receive pre-qualified offers without any impact to your credit score.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does it cost anything to apply for a loan?

It doesn’t cost you anything to check for pre-qualified offers using Acorn Finance.

Q: What documents do I need to apply for a loan?

Each lender will have a slightly different application process. Almost all lenders will ask for your name, address, and social security number, which is used to run a credit check. Depending on the type of loan and lender, you may need to show pay stubs or tax returns.

Q: How much can I borrow?

You can borrow between $1,500 to $100,000.

Q: How long do I have to pay back the loan?

Terms available from 2-12 years depending on loan amount. While a longer term can lower your monthly loan payments, you will end up paying more in interest than if you had a shorter repayment period. A shorter loan term will usually result in lower interest rates.

Q: If I have less than perfect credit, can I get a loan?

Yes, but the lower your credit score the more expensive the loan will be. Generally speaking, if you have a credit score lower than 620 then the rates may be considerably higher. The maximum rate our lenders charge is the lower of either the state’s maximum or 36%.

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