What to Include on Your Website’s Financing Page - FFC

What to Include on Your Financing Page

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Adding financing to your website can attract new business and help close sales for those who are on the fence or waiting until their tax returns come in. Not sure what to include? Here are some must-have items to consider!

Financing Explanation

Some customers may be surprised to learn that you offer home improvement financing, so include some basic information about your financing process and the companies you offer financing through.

Approval Criteria

Different finance partners have different approval criteria, so include some basic guidance on what the companies you work with may require for financing.

Prequalification Option

Let your customers know what to expect from financing and offer them the option to get prequalified if possible with a soft credit pull that will not affect their credit score.

Financing Application

Include an option for potential customers to apply for financing through your website.

Special Promotions

Include a few enticing promos encouraging potential customers to act fast to get the best deal.

Projects Covered

Include a list of projects your company offers that are eligible for financing.


Include a list of questions and answers that your past customers have asked you about financing.

Contact Form

Once a potential customer knows that financing is available, make it easy for them to get in touch. Include your contact information and a contact form to encourage them to get in touch.

Financing makes big projects more affordable for your customers. Foundation Finance offers financing for FICOs as low as 600, customer prequalification*, and promos for ALL approved customers.

Enroll in the Foundation Finance dealer network today. Contact us for more info: 1-855-241-0024, [email protected].




*Prequalifying is fast & will not affect the customer’s credit score. Upon our receipt of the customer’s completed credit application and signed financing documents a hard inquiry on the customer’s credit (that may affect the customer’s credit score) will occur.

Note: Use of the terms "Loan," "Lender" and "Borrower" is for ease of reference only. Financings are in the form of retail installment contracts ("RIC").

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