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HomeAdvisor and Affirm partner to provide homeowners with flexible payment options

By Pavithra R

December 18, 2020

  • Homeadvisor
  • USA
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HomeAdvisor, a digital home services marketplace and an operating business of ANGI Homeservices has announced partnering with Affirm, a flexible and transparent alternative to credit cards, to offer flexible, easy to understand payment options for HomeAdvisor customers.

Under the partnership, when homeowners pay for a project through HomeAdvisor Pay via the HomeAdvisor app, they will be able to select Affirm at checkout. Affirm empowers consumers to check eligibility in seconds, and if approved, choose from term lengths ranging from three to 36 months. 

“Payment is a particularly stressful part of the home services experience, be it due to unexpected expenses or the lack of transparency around the cost of many home improvement projects. With the launch of our digital payment system and now the partnership with Affirm, we are making it fast and easy to book, finance and pay for any home improvement job, no matter the project type or size. Our homes are one of the largest investments we will make in our lives and require constant maintenance and work. With HomeAdvisor, every customer now has an opportunity to either maintain or upgrade their homes on their budget and their terms,” said Brandon Ridenour, Chief Executive Officer, ANGI Homeservices.

HomeAdvisor customers can use Affirm at checkout for instant pre-priced projects as well as any managed project. Additionally, consumers can also leverage Affirm “buy now, pay later” option when paying for hundreds of projects using HomeAdvisor Pay.

“People have spent more time in their homes this year than ever before, and many have been investing in making their living spaces more comfortable. This includes increased spending on everything from home repairs and improvement projects, to new furniture and appliances. We’re thrilled to partner with HomeAdvisor to bring flexibility and transparency to the way people pay for home service projects. Now, homeowners can pay for these projects over time in simple, easy-to-understand payments without any concern of hidden or late fees,” said Silvija Martincevic, Chief Commercial Officer, Affirm. 

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