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When it comes to buying and selling property in South Africa, both the buyer and the seller have certain financial obligations. It is crucial to know what these obligations are before pursuing the transfer of property is crucial and will help you prepare for it before you sign a contract.
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South Africa’s property sectors are feeling the negative effects of local and global economic growth. This coupled with higher inflation and interest rates than were expected in the first quarter, people are left wondering whether this is a good time to purchase property.
Our independent bond originators in South Africa have been following the market closely and aim to put your mind at ease as we explain how home owners, landlords, and tenants can still benefit from staying in the property market.
When selecting insurance policies, you shouldn’t just be concerned with your premiums. It’s more important to know your excesses, exclusions, and potential payouts. A tailor-made and flexible policy will ensure that you are only paying for the things you need.
There’s a sense of uncertainty out there. Inflation is rising, interest rates have just been increased and share prices have dropped. Predictions of a possible recession are looming. It’s easy for purchasers looking to buy a property to get disheartened, but it’s more important to consider short-term market announcements in the context of long-term economic trends.
Self-employed home loan applications are notoriously more difficult to get approved than other types of applicants – but they don’t have to be. In many instances, self-employed purchasers can afford the bond… it’s just about knowing what the banks are looking for in the documentation. Read the information below and then let our experienced bond originators assist you in the way forward - to get the best possible offer, at the bank that is right for you.
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