By Euro Weekly News Media • 03 July 2016 • 12:00
RING THE CHANGES: Get cash to finish the house.
NO matter how hard you try to budget when work is being done to any property, there is always something that the builders manage to find which means you have to have extra work done for which they want immediate payment.
If you could stage the payment over a period of months, that would be no problem but builders don’t work like that and you have to have the work done. A short-term loan from Hola Credito (www.holacredito.com) could certainly help to spread the cost so that you can proceed and it will be much easier than you think.
Operating from their discreet office in Puerto Banus the company offers a confidential service by lending cash against a number of easily stored items such as jewellery, watches or even cars which can be left as security.
It is so easy to arrange a loan, as all you need to do is take a picture of the item you have and send it with a description to Hola Credito so that they can give you an estimate of the amount you might be able to borrow. If their offer is acceptable, you can either send the item to them or take it in yourself.
Once the item is received and provided it is as described, money can be transferred to your bank or passed over in cash very quickly and it will be held in safe, secure conditions until redeemed.
Other lenders often charge interest on a weekly or even a monthly basis but Hola Credito calculates it daily, so you only pay for the length of time you keep the loan and what’s more they offer very competitive rates with no hidden surprises.
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