gerund or present participle: financing
  1. provide funding for (a person or enterprise).
Our entire goal as a company, is to build environments that help to pull family and friends together. There are many reasons why this is personally important to us: strong families have fewer issues, strong families build stronger communities, children benefit short and long term from strong families, marriages benefit from strong families and friends play a key support role in sustaining strong families.
However, we don’t desire that any of our customers would take on a financial hardship in building their backyard environment.
American financial author and radio host, Dave Ramsey, has said, “a pool could boost your home’s value by as much as 7%…In the end, if your heart is set on adding a pool, don’t look at it as an investment in your home, but in your lifestyle. A pool can add to your family’s enjoyment of your home, and you can’t put a price on that.”.

We’ve partnered with two strong Texas financial institutions that back their agreement with pool value improvements by offering Home Improvement Loans. These differ than traditional home refinancing or home equity line of credit (commonly referred to as heloc).
These traditional instruments provide a loan on 80% of your appraised value. A home improvement loan takes into consideration that the improvement will add value and these institutions will lend up to 90% of your home value. Of course you must still qualify for these loans through the application and home valuation process.

In essence, they are making a statement that a loan for a pool will add value to your home and they’re willing to back that with a loan that considers the increased value.
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Everyone is significant, and at Frost, we treat them that way. We give our customers a square deal and keep their assets safe and sound. These beliefs have guided Frost from the very beginning and served our customers well since 1868.
At Frost, we're proud of our heritage, and for good reason: we've been serving Texans almost as long as Texas has been a state. We're from here, and have always played an active role in the communities we serve.
We help people like you make sound financial decisions. And our disciplined relationship approach has stood the test of time.
Frost has grown a lot, but what hasn't changed  is our commitment to our values and the relationships we've forged over the years. Those are here to stay.
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From humble Texas beginnings, Pioneer Bank has built its business by putting customers first, listening to their needs and providing them with high-quality financial services. Through these efforts, we’re building strong relationships and creating opportunities every day.
You’ll feel the difference every time you walk through the door, pick up the phone or bank online. Having built our business from a mobile structure in Dripping Springs, we now have the largest market and deposits share in Dripping Springs. We’re a community bank in the truest sense.
We see a community that’s vibrant and full of promise – a community whose hopes, dreams and future we’re proud to help build.