Privateproperty.co.za announced that it has partnered with FNB Home Loans to assist in selling their Quick Sell properties. A limited number of properties for sale, at reasonable prices, have been released onto Privateproperty.co.za, and to their established database of registered buyers.
Most notable for buyers is that FNB is offering, those who purchase these Quick Sell properties, up to 100% bonds a rare feat in the current economic climate. In addition, FNB will grant a 50% discount on transfer costs and registration fees of every property sold, making their offer even more attractive to would-be buyers. These terms are obviously subject to the buyers complying with the bank’s credit criteria.
Privateproperty.co.za CEO, Justinus Adriaanse, is confident that buyers will see the value in the Quick Sell properties on offer. “In these tough economic times, it’s rare for a bank to offer 100% bonds, and even more so to receive discounts on the other costs involved. When you add to it the opportunity to purchase property at a more reasonable price, it’s difficult to see how the properties would not sell.”
“People in the market to buy property are also struggling to come up with the large deposits being demanded by the banks. With this system, a buyer won’t need to save for a deposit, although it is obviously beneficial to have one,” says Adriaanse.
According to Adriaanse, Privateproperty.co.za is South Africa’s busiest property website with more than 270 000 unique browsers and more than 6 million page impressions each month. They also boast a database of more than 270 000 registered buyers.
Click here to see Quick Sell properties for sale through Privateproperty.co.za and FNB Home Loans
Privateproperty.co.za and FNB Home Loans have partnered with their Quick Sell Plan
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