4 Things Consumers Should Think About Before Financing a Home Improvement

 With Goldman Sachs’ newest loan product, the money-center bank is making a smart bet. Goldman Sachs announced Tuesday that it will begin offering home improvement loans through Marcus, its consumer-focused subsidiary. Borrowers can get loans in amounts ranging from $3,500 to $40,000 for a period of three to six years. The loan product carries no fees —…

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