Our focus has always been on innovation and an unwavering commitment to building a mutually beneficial relationship with you and your customers. That’s why we’re constantly innovating to find new untapped opportunities for our partners. We’re especially excited about two new enhancements: the relaunch of our Residential New Construction program and using bundling to increase your average ticket.
A New and Improved Program to Grow Your Business
Looking for a new avenue to increase your bottom line? Through our newly launched Residential New Construction (RNC) program, we partner with dealers to equip new homes with the best equipment backed by flexible financing solutions for the new homeowners. You can expect payment of contractor allowances right after installed equipment, competitive lease rates for your customers, service work for installed equipment, and, of course, a dedicated Dealer Relationship Manager to help with all admin and sales support. Customers will be benefit from cost-effective payment plans for their equipment, transparent contracts, and leading brand-name products. Everybody wins! Next time you’re considering equipment for a Residential New Construction project, or making a recommendation to a builder, make sure you recommend EcoHome Financial. For more information on how to take advantage of this exciting new program, please reach out to email@example.com.
Increase Your Average Ticket by Bundling
To make it as easy as possible for you to increase your average ticket for each customer, you can now bundle multiple products and services into a single loan application. This includes products such as pool chemicals, equipment maintenance and service, and much more. For instance, you’re with a customer and they decide that in addition to financing their new window replacements, they would also like to purchase a new front door. You can now bundle all of that into a single application for quick and easy financing. Contact your Dealer Relationship Manager for more information!
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