Stress-Free Financing For Your Customers
Low Rates & Great Terms
Offer your customers an alternative to cash-on-hand with great rates and industry leading term options stretching as far as 15 years.
NO FEE Financing
Have peace of mind knowing that our program looks to empower our partners with a program with NO hidden fees to your customers.
Dedicated Customer Service
LendKey provides best-in-class customer service to deliver a great experience.
Access to unsecured loans with fixed APRs that can be prepaid at any time.
All General Home Improvements Are Eligible
Why worry about meeting certain “Eligible Measures” to qualify for the financing? With LendKey’s Home Improvement loan, all general home improvements are eligible.
Help Build Your Community
Working with community leaders keeps resources in your community. Your customers investing in their homes contributes to a brighter economic future in your own neighborhood.
Home Improvement Loan Resources
At LendKey, we believe in a better way to pay for your home improvements with lower cost loans provided by community lenders. These lenders, including credit unions and community banks, support local contractors and homeowners while keeping investment dollars local.
Working with community lenders keeps resources in your community. Your investment in your home contributes to a brighter economic future in your own neighborhood. We provide you with affordable repayment options, that are right for your budget and your family.
Working with a contractor that is not listed? Not a Problem! Provide your contractor’s information while completing your application and we will reach out about setting them up in our program.
Are you a contractor interested in signing up? Great! There is no fee to sign up and no fee to utilize the financing.
All loans on LendKey.com are funded by community lenders like credit unions and community banks. These financial institutions work with LendKey to keep operating costs low, and pass on the savings directly to you.
Unlike many larger banks that may take deposits in one state and lend in others, community banks and credit unions channel most of their loans to the neighborhoods where their depositors live and work, helping to keep local communities vibrant and growing.