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Does paying R100 more on your bond really make a difference?
Paying just a little more into your home loan can shorten your home period and save you thousands.
Rising disposable incomes open the door to more home sales
Wage increases, declining inflation and an interest rate decrease have resulted in better affordability for prospective home buyers.
Things are looking up for first time home buyers
Slow price growth and a recent decrease in the interest rate have seen more first-time buyers enter the market.
The average first-time buyer will need 2 years to save for a deposit
According to BetterBond, home loan applications from first-time buyers continue to increase but their success is dependent on how financially disciplined they are.
Couple almost lose home over one late repayment
A couple who nearly lost their home because of a bank’s attempt to penalise them for one late repayment, has been saved by the courts.
How to survive rising interest rates
Experts agree that South Africans will be facing higher interest rates soon. In order to keep or purchase a home, we will all have to reassess our spending habits.
How to keep calm and avoid repossession
Worried about losing your home? These are the steps you can take if you’re having a problem meeting your repayments.
Are you financially prepared to own a home?
Thinking of buying a home? Before approaching your bank for finance, consider these questions to determine if you’re financially prepared for homeownership.
Can I afford to buy a home?
Buying a new home is an exciting but often daunting process of juggling needs and wants against what you can practically afford based on your monthly income.
South African property buyers feeling the pressure
Affordability in South Africa’s housing sector is under strain as a result of a tough economic climate.