Are you considering bringing the luxury and relaxation of a hot tub into your home? Purchasing a hot tub can be a significant investment, but with the variety of finance options available through Novuna Finance, it has become more accessible than ever. In this blog post, we’ll explore the different finance options you can take advantage of when buying a hot tub.
Interest Bearing Option
Interest-bearing finance works very similar to traditional loans. With the interest-bearing finance option, you can choose a loan term of either 60 or 120 months, with a fixed rate of interest for the period. The minimum loan amount for this option is £3,000. By opting for this plan, you can spread the cost of your hot tub over a more extended period without the risk of sudden spikes in interest.
Buy Now Pay Later
The Buy Now Pay Later scheme offers flexibility for your payment schedule. With two choices of loan terms, 9 and 120 months, you can enjoy your hot tub now and pay later. This option can be great if you want to delay payments and manage your finances accordingly.
Deferred and Preferred
The Deferred and Preferred finance option allows you to choose a loan term from 3 to 120 months. The minimum loan amount for this option is £3,000. This plan is ideal if you wish to make lower initial payments and gradually increase them over time.
For those seeking a short-term finance option, the Interest-Free Credit plan could be the best fit. This option offers a loan term of 24 months with a minimum loan amount is £3,000. With this option, you won’t incur any interest charges during the 24-month period, making it an attractive choice for budget-conscious buyers.
Purchasing a hot tub is an investment in your well-being and relaxation. By exploring these finance options, you can find a plan that suits your financial situation and brings you one step closer to enjoying the luxurious comfort of your very own hot tub.
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