Friday, August 19, 2016

The Benefits of Layaway

For some, large investments on furniture are just not possible in their month to month budget. This causes those who can’t afford to pay everything at once to lose out on the opportunity to own things that they would be able to. To combat these difficulties during The Great Depression in the 1930’s layaway was invented. It made it so that normal people could pay a little bit at a time, while the company held their items until the full price was paid.

Updated System

When layaway was first invented many customers had to pay a down payment, along with an additional fee for the holding or storage of the item. This was to ensure that customers wouldn’t be trying to save items they might not really be able to afford. But that’s where our policy differs. At Home Decor Outlets there is no fee associated with opening a layaway account. In fact, there is also no minimum amount that you must pay with each payment you make.


Our layaway is designed to be a price hold, rather than the traditional service. We have a variety of options, including 30, 60, and 90 day options for payments. As mentioned before, there is no minimum for payments made and they can be paid at your local Home Decor Outlets location, or you can mail your payment to our corporate office in the form of a check or money order. Our corporate office is located at: 9875 Medlock Bridge Parkway, Suite 200, Johns Creek, GA 30022.

We do not hold the merchandise at the store location. This is to ensure that you get a brand new item when your layaway payments have been made. To help make sure you get your items in a timely manner, we suggest you give at least a two week notice before your final layaway payment is made. We will then set up a pickup or delivery date for your purchase.

Our layaway system is designed to work with you, and requires no credit check or interest to be paid on merchandise. Should you have any other questions you can visit us online or stop in at a location nearest to you.


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