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Learn how to Create Wealth through investing in property

November 2014

Banks make home loans more affordable

Since the pre-2007 property boom, local banks increased their scrutiny of applicants, tightened their lending procedures and offered fewer, smaller home loans. However, all this is changing.

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Increase your income

The topic of wealth, income, and making money is often discussed and viewed in a negative light. Our society is afraid of being labeled as greedy or money hungry, but what must be understood is that money is a crucial part of freedom.

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Looking for happiness in retirement

Current actuarial views of retirement rest on a number of assumptions principal of which is that a successful retirement is achieved with the attainment of certain financial outcomes

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Four key trends from Sars’ tax statistics

While the number of people who pay personal income tax is still relatively small, the tax statistics do show a base broadening over time. Whether this growth will be enough to sustainably support political and socio-economic development targets remains to be seen.

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Using Property to Grow Your Business

Local property investors should not be deterred from securing finance against their assets as they can continue to grow their businesses, despite resistance from commercial banks.

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Start Early, Retire Rich

You don’t have to start big to end big. You only have to have the discipline to sacrifice something today for your benefit tomorrow.

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Property Investment – Stable Returns

Almost anyone with good secure employment, a good credit history and a small deposit can investment in property. What makes this type of investment work is leverage, and from a small deposit you can use borrowed funds to maximise your return.

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Buying a home: deposit vs 100% bond

The trends show that the high number of applicants who take out 100% bonds is aligned to the increased volume of first-time buyers who generally do not have easy access to a deposit.

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