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Aside from being a pleasure in the summer, and possible year-round, swimming pools increase property values.

Most people having a swimming pool installed at their home go through either a bank
or a swimming pool dealer. This route limits the  homeowner to only the financing programs available through these businesses.

Pools are typically financed through a long-term mortgage, similar to buying a home. Your payments can be spread out over a long period, making your dream pool affordable.

The key to ensuring this timely and costly process goes smoothly, is finding a lender who is an expert in swimming pool installation.

Here are some tips:

If you're building a home, consider building your pool at the same time. This trend has building contractors advising customers to roll a pool in on the first mortgage.Talk with your building contractor to learn more about this opportunity.

If your home is already built and you want to add a pool, some pool builders offer in-store financing. With most of them, your can be approved in less than 24 hours.
Your pool builder can explain financing options, loan terms, and interest rates.

Because pool builders process a greater rate of swimming pool loan than banks, pool builders tend to have more knowledge in the field and may be the best bet in terms of financing.





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