Win A Home Season 3 EP52: Lounge Brief

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Our design contestants get the brief for their lounges and Nedbank's Tim Akinnusi is back with advice on how maintaining your home can increase its value.

Most of us will probably stay in our current homes for a number of years before thinking of selling and looking for something new. In the time we spend in our home, we are looking for ways to increase the value so that when time comes to sell, one gets good value for money.

We are joined by Tim Akinnusi, Head Sales and Client Management at Nedbank Home Loans to talk to us about some of the changes we can make to our homes that will increase the value of the property.

Make sure that your home is in tip top shape when planning to sell, in order for you to get the most out of the sale. Make the things that really matter happen, with Nedbank. For more information visit

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