It's easy to buy the art you love when there's multiple interest-free finance options with Hancock Gallery. Buying art with finance is available on all of our available artwork, whether that's Sam Wood, Kristina Chan or Salvador Dali, you can spread the cost without any worries or hassle. Art finance gives you the flexibility to split your purchase into ten easy 0% interest-free payments.
So how exactly does it work? Here are the three simple steps you would need to take in order to take your favourite piece from our gallery wall to your own wall.
1. Ensure you are Eligible
They are as follows:
- Be permanent UK, US, Australian and New Zealand resident over the age of 18, subject to status.
- Work at least 16 hours a week or (employed or self-employed)
- OR A retired person in receipt of a pension
- OR A person in receipt of disability allowance
However, if you do not meet one of these criteria but are married to or living with a partner who does, then you may still apply provided that your partner is happy for their income details to be included on your application form.
2. Apply for your finance
When applying for your finance, you will need to supply proof of ID – this could be in the form of a utility bill or just simply your driving licence -- along with a credit or debit card as proof of signature. We will require some personal information too, but the whole application will only take around 10 minutes to complete.
3. Take your purchase home!
It really is that simple! Once the application has been approved, you’ll get to take home your new art or arrange delivery on the very same day.
Through financing your art purchase, you are able to make art instantly more affordable and reduce the financial barriers that historically have been in place - you don’t need to wait months before you can enjoy your new masterpiece and experience the joy of owning art.
If you would like to enquire about purchasing with one of our trusted lenders, please contact us - our team would be very happy to discuss the process and any questions you may have.
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