BetterLife Home Loans: The better way to apply for a bond

Private Property South Africa
Private Property Reporter

Buying a home is one of the biggest financial steps many of us will ever take... but with BetterLife Home Loans, it’s not one you’ll have to take alone. With more than 15 years of experience in bond origination, and a team of bond application experts, BetterLife Home Loans provides you with a better, easier way to finance your dream home. Let us handle your bond application on your behalf, working with South Africa’s major banks, including your own, to successfully attain your home loan, securing the best possible interest rate. We know exactly what information is required by each bank to make a successful application, and will help guide you through every step of the home buying process, so you know what to expect. And we’ll do it all for FREE. That’s right - our homebuyers don’t pay a cent for our expert advice or our personalised assistance.

Fast facts about BetterLife Home Loans:

  • We negotiate the best deal for our homebuyers
  • We have an industry-leading success rate.
  • One in every four South Africans has successfully obtained their bond through us.
  • Over 1 million people now live in their dream homes thanks to BetterLife Home Loans.

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