Independent landlords using Azibo now get access to fast, flexible short-term loans
As a landlord, it’s important to keep your rental property in top shape — but often, that requires taking on home improvement projects. Whether it’s renovating a kitchen, replacing a roof, or refinishing a basement, the goal of these efforts is to increase the value of your investment and allow you to charge higher rents. That said, home improvement isn’t cheap, and even small renovations can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
That’s why Azibo partnered with LoanGlide to offer short-term loans to finance your next home improvement project. Home improvement loans are unsecured personal loans designed to cover renovation costs. Many independent landlords turn to this type of financing when they’re ready to tackle a home improvement project but perhaps don’t have the large amount of cash to cover the cost all at once, or they don’t want to cut into their savings.
LoanGlide’s home improvement loans range from $1,000 to $100,000 and include flexible, affordable payment plans with variable interest rates and terms to meet every need. With a single, easy application, you can apply to multiple lenders in minutes and get instant decisions about your financing opportunities. And, you can get loan offers from multiple lenders without impacting your credit score. Once you’re approved, the funds are deposited into your bank account in just 1-3 business days.
LoanGlide is free for property owners and can be used for a variety of home improvement projects — from bathroom remodels to emergency repairs to window replacements and many more.
Depending on your needs and the interest rate you're able to secure, a home improvement loan may be a good option for your next home improvement project. These loans are repaid in monthly installments with fixed interest rates, typically over a set number of years. Home improvement loan applications are also much simpler than mortgages, and getting a loan offer does not impact your credit score.
In addition to the benefits of an easy application and fast financing, home improvement loans don’t require collateral — so you don’t have to put your property at risk or worry about having enough equity to cover the project. That said, it’s critical to recognize your financial limits and be sure to select the loan that fits your means and your ability to pay it back on time.
Apply to multiple lenders with a single application. Receive a quote in less than a minute without impacting your credit score. Get funding in as fast as 24 hours.
This partnership is part of Azibo’s recently launched Marketplace, which provides independent landlords quick access and exclusive offers for best-in-class real estate services. We reviewed dozens of vendors and spoke to thousands of landlords to curate a list of recommended services — from property management and tenant screening, to securing loans and drafting legal documents, to property taxes and insurance.
Combined with Azibo’s suite of landlord financial services — including online rent collection, banking and payments, expense management, and access to competitive mortgages and property insurance — the LoanGlide partnership enables Azibo customers to get everything they need to manage their rental business in one place.
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