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June 2015

Will SA house prices fall by early 2016?

A HomeBid survey of leading property economists has found unanimity among the group that interest rates will be raised gradually during the third quarter of 2015 by 25 basis points, and by a cumulative 75 basis points in 2016.

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Buying a home after a divorce

Cape Town – Getting divorced is tough, and buying a new home afterwards may be just as hard, especially if you are still the co-owner of a property with your former spouse, says Shaun Rademeyer, CEO of BetterLife Home Loans.

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How to Buy your First Home

Buying a house is the first step on the property ladder. This will the biggest investment you will ever make but people often incorrectly make this important decision based on emotion.

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Pay Your Bond Faster

Buying a property is the biggest investment people make. Similarly, if you utilise a loan from a bank to finance the transaction, it will be the biggest debt you will take on. This debt can stay with you for up to 30 years, depending on how long the bank will grant you to pay back the home loan.

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How to spot a worthwhile fixer-upper property

With home prices on the rise again in most popular areas, more buyers are open to the idea of acquiring a “fixer-upper” property that will allow them to gain cheaper entry to their favourite area in return for some of their own labour or “sweat equity”.

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Security factors when renting a property

Security is a major determining factor for most property buyers in South Africa, which is why homes within security estates or those that have state-of-the-art security systems generally sell for a higher premium.

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