Housetable for Contractors

Housetable for Contractors

Housetable for General Contractors

Increase your income by making it possible for your clients to increase their renovation budgets.

Housetable empowers contractors to win more business by being able to offer their clients with unbeatable renovation loans, with lowest monthly payments.

Housetable’s home equity loans are based on After Renovation Value (ARV). For the first time, this enables new homeowners, without tons of home equity built, to pay for renovations using a home equity loan. Home equity loans carry lower interest rates than any other home improvement loan alternative, and allow 20 to 30 year repayment periods.

Not your typical construction loan

Unlike traditional construction loans, such as FHA’s 203K or Fannie Mae’s HomeStyle loan, we make life better for both the borrower and the contractors. Using our user friendly mobile app, all progress reports are done seamlessly and digitally. Thanks to our payment technology and dedicated support team, our goal is to make sure that you get paid as fast as possible. With Housetable, you can say goodbye to the tedious in-person inspections and the paperwork required to request draws.

Forget everything you know about construction loans

Unlike legacy renovation loans, such as the FHA’s 203K loan or Fannie Mae’s HomeStyle loan, we leverage technology to make the process smooth, efficient and paperwork-free.
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We never you require you
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Our application process
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We never send an inspector
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We never require you to replace your existing mortgage or risk losing its low interest rate
Our application process is 100% digital and you will need to hire a HUD consultant to manage the process.
We never send an inspector - all your contractors need to do to get paid is capture a virtual tour using our mobile app.

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Housetable Empowers Homeowners

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