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During your completely free design consultation, your Kitchen Express consultant will talk with you about your remodeling goals, show you product samples, suggest design styles and offer you their truly expert advice. We'll recommend a design that fits your needs, and also provide you with an estimate for your project. We use a paperless application process, too, so you'll know right away what payment plan options are available to you!
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Frequently Asked Question
While this figure changes from year to year, Remodeling Magazine's 2020 Cost vs Value Report estimate for costs recouped for minor kitchen remodels was 77.6%.
No. Whether you finance all or part of your new kitchen remodeling project is up to you. Many homeowners find it helpful to take the time to work out a budget for their new kitchen project.
Your credit score is based on your personal credit history, and it is used by banks and other lenders to determine your "creditworthiness." Your score is mostly based on information obtained from credit bureaus. Various types of financial institutions use these scores to determine the potential risk they might have when lending money to consumers. Interest rates and credit limits of loans are also impacted by your credit score. (You can check your credit score at: Annual Credit Report.)
Paying off your kitchen remodel financing plan regularly and on time can actually help your overall credit score. According to US News Today, your track record of paying back loans and credit cards is kept in your credit report. Your FICO credit score (the most commonly used score) weighs factors as follows: your payment history (35%), amounts owed (30%), length of credit history (15%), new credit (10%) and credit mix (10%).