8 Best Home Improvement Loans (Our Top Picks for 2020)

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If your house needs a little TLC, but you don’t have the cash to give it what it needs, then a loan could be a good route to take. After all, you could save up and make the repairs over time, but houses really can’t be ignored for long.

Put off repairs for a year or two and a bit of peeling flashing around your chimney can suddenly spiral into inner structural damage and mold to boot.

Many long-term homeowners will agree that houses are really much like babies who need constant pampering before they’ll let you sleep soundly through the night.

Whatever your home renovation needs must be, find out home improvement loans that can help you get the right financing, plus point you in the right direction of the best lenders out there.

What are the best home improvement loans of 2020?

We’ve combed through the plethora of

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Five Stock Picks to Play Home Improvement

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October’s sequential existing-homes sales increase of 2.0% and above-consensus expectations marks the second consecutive month of mid-single-digit growth, achieving a 9.5-year record high.

The 5.9% increase year-over-year and seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 5.60 million beat consensus expectations by 330 basis points as existing-home sales surged past the June 2016 record levels. October’s sales nearly reached the February 2007 peak, putting calendar 2016 SAAR on track for mid-single-digit growth, which is consistent with industry expectations. October was the fourth straight month which saw a decline in median prices; despite a slight decrease in inventories, lower pricing and improved credit availability could support higher first-time buyers.

Thus, we believe underlying trends remain consistent with our estimate for low- to mid-single-digit growth spending and generally consistent with the Repair and Remodel (R&R) outlook statements provided by management teams in our coverage universe. With majority of residential RR spending

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