8 ways to win with consumer financing

8 Ways to Win Bigger Projects

Larger projects are typically longer projects, and longer projects usually mean bigger profit margins for contractors. Think about it: With larger projects, fewer unpaid hours are spent quoting work, onboarding new customers, and securing permits. There’s also the chance you’ll save by buying materials in greater quantities. But how do you target larger projects? Do…

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3 Ways to Close More Projects Worth More Money

3 Ways to Close More Projects Worth More Money As a contractor, you’ve probably had this experience: You walk into a customer’s home, quote a project, and their mouth drops at the price. The conversation becomes difficult from there. Usually, you’re forced to watch your project shrink or disappear altogether. Using financing, you can have…

The Case Against Zero Percent Loans

What’s a No-No loan?  A No-No loan is also known as a deferred interest credit card loan. These have become very popular in the home improvement space recently. Unfortunately, the reason they are so popular is due to a lack of understanding. TRUE 0% LOANS DO NOT EXIST. Someone is paying for it, and 99%…

Financing Home Improvement with Credit Card

Financing Home Improvement with Credit Card Consumer Credit Card Spend for Home Improvement on the Rise, Houzz-Synchrony Study Finds Highest usage among millennials; Uptake of promotional financing One-third of homeowners used a credit card to pay for home renovations in 2017, according to a study released today by Houzz, Inc., in collaboration with Synchrony (NYSE:SYF), on…