Home Loans – New Credit Legislation

Homebuyers and other borrowers can expect much closer scrutiny of their financial affairs before they are granted any home loans or credit in future.

Sa Property Market Favourable

The SA property market remains one of the best investments in the world despite a slowing down the growth of property prices in South Africa is still the highest in the world.

ABSA Home Loans

ABSA HOME LOANS ABSA is one of South Africa’s largest financial services organizations, serving personal, commercial and corporate customers in South Africa and around the world. ABSA Home Loans are both flexible and secure; by banking with Absa your property investment is given the best opportunity to grow. With competitive Read more…

Absa, Barclays deal confirmed

tags: Home Loans, ABSA Home Loans in the NEWS: ABSA BANK The single biggest foreign investment deal in the history of South Africa is finally a done deal. On Thursday 07 July the high court paved the way for renowned international bank, Barclays, to acquire a controlling stake in ABSA. Read more…

First National Bank Home Loans

First National Bank (FNB) offers one of the most flexible home loan products in South Africa. As one of the four biggest banking institutions in SA, FNB is able to provide you with a home loan product with best suits your personal needs.

For all your family, education, future or financial needs, FNB home loans are tailor-made to let you live your own life.

Sanlam Home Loans launches SA first

Sanlam Home Loans today announced a first in the South African home-loan industry. The company launched a single-seller residential mortgage warehousing conduit, Sanlam Home Loans (Pty) Ltd, a securitisation vehicle aimed at providing Sanlam Home Loans with lower warehouse funding rates through capital and money markets. Piet van der Walt, Read more…

SA Home Loans: First-time Home Buyers

There is an increasing trend in South Africa that is seeing youths entering property market at a much earlier age. These youths are mostly first-time home buyers, applying for their first home loan, who have been renting for a short while and feel the need to invest in a property of their own.