Archive for July, 2011

Home Improvement Tips to (Finally) Finish Your Kitchen

Posted in Around the Web
July 27th, 2011 at 7:15 pm by Ally

Kitchen remodeling is one of the most popular home improvement projects. In fact, 26% of respondents to our survey plan to renovate their kitchen in the next year. However, actually finishing a home improvement project can be a challenge. According to one third of all home remodel projects currently under way will be postponed for… read more

5 Do It Yourself (DIY) Tips to Save

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July 26th, 2011 at 8:04 pm by Ally

This week on the Ally Straight Talk Blog, we’ve been looking at how home improvement projects can help you save money in the future. But today, the projects we’re sharing can save you both in the near and long term.  These “do it yourself” (DIY) repairs and projects can often cost less than hiring a… read more

10 Eco-Friendly Tips for Home Improvement

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July 25th, 2011 at 8:36 pm by Ally

Yesterday, we talked about how home improvements can help increase the value of your home and maximize your savings. Today on the Ally Straight Talk Blog we’re going green with a few eco-friendly home improvement projects. Here are a few tips from to help you get started: Interior Lighting – Switch to energy efficient… read more

Home Improvements Can Help You Save and Increase the Value of Your Home

Posted in Financial News,Infographics
July 24th, 2011 at 11:54 pm by Ally

At Ally, we believe that helping people save money can help us be a better bank. That’s why over the next week we’re taking a look at home improvement projects that can not only increase the value of your home, but also maximize your savings. Whether you’re looking to cut down on your summer energy… read more

An Open Letter from Ally Bank To ING Direct Customers

Posted in What's New
July 19th, 2011 at 11:12 am by Ally

As many of you probably saw in the news, Capital One recently announced purchasing ING Direct, an online bank that offers some of the same benefits as Ally. We know that our customers would be concerned if a new bank bought Ally, so today’s post is directed to those savvy ING Direct account-holders who are… read more

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