Self-employed individuals in South Africa can absolutely obtain a home loan. However, the process may require more documentation and present additional challenges compared to salaried individuals.
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A home loan pre-approval provides you with a clear understanding of how much you can afford and helps you focus your house hunting efforts accordingly.
One of the most crucial mistakes potential homebuyers make is failing to adequately prepare their finances before applying for a home loan. Failing to do so may result in loan rejections or unfavorable interest rates.
The closure of deeds offices has a significant impact on the property market. Without the deeds office, property transactions cannot be completed, and buyers and sellers are left waiting. A deeds office closure directly affects the sellers, buyers, property practitioners, attorneys and bond originators.
Commercial bond applications are notoriously complex and time-consuming. Submissions from bond originators are typically a ‘lead referral’, with no pre-assessment of the client. Phoenix Bonds offers a point of difference - we aim to streamline this process and ensure that only the applications with merit will be submitted, to ensure that a consistent stream of qualified buyers are delivered to our banking partners.
Embarking on a property development project in South Africa can be an exciting and lucrative venture. However, before you can break ground, you'll need to secure development approvals from the relevant authorities.
As a potential homebuyer in South Africa, one of the most important decisions you will make is choosing between a fixed-rate or variable-rate home loan. Understanding the pros and cons of each can help you make an informed decision that aligns with your financial goals.
In this blog, we will explore how consulting with expert bond originators and property professionals, such as Phoenix Bonds South Africa, can help you stay within the legal boundaries of South Africa when renting or buying property as a foreigner.
A credit score is a numerical representation of a borrower's creditworthiness. It is calculated based on various factors such as credit history, payment behavior, outstanding debts, and other financial indicators. In South Africa, credit scores are determined by credit bureaus, which collect and analyze credit-related data from various sources.
With the high costs associated with buying a home, many people require a home loan to make this dream a reality. A home loan is a significant financial commitment, and it's important to know the requirements for qualifying for one in South Africa.
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