Pepperfry and Bankbazaar are now offering loans to refurbish homes
Pepperfryhas partnered with Bankbazaarto offer loansfor home refurbishing.
- Users will have to head to Studio Pepperfry and apply for a loan.
- Earlier this year, the startup had also introduced gift registry.
AdvertisementIndia’s home-furnishing retail startup Pepperfry has partnered with Bankbazaar to offer loans on home renovation.
With this partnership, users looking to renovate their house can head to Studio Pepperfry and apply for a loan. Studio Pepperfry is the online startup’s offline experience store.
“Through the introduction of this easy credit facility, we will help our customers furnish and renovate their homes in a seamless way. Our partnership with BankBazaar, a leading personal finance marketplace, helps provide multiple home upgradation loan options from various leading banks in India,” said Mihir Kulkarni, Head – Studio Innovation, Pepperfry.
Earlier in February, Pepperfry had also announced its gift registry, where users can create a registry, add the products to their list and then share the registry with friends and family, who can then buy these products.
Pepperfry had last raised a funding of $38.5 million in March 2018. According to reports, the company is also looking at raising another $100 million this year.
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