Standard Bank Home Loans

Your Online Bond Originator

2006-10-09T09:30:22+02:00October 9th, 2006|ABSA Home Loans, FNB Home Loans, Home Loan News, Home Loan Tips, Mortgage SA, Nedbank Home Loans, Old Mutual Home Loans, SA Home Loans, Sanlam Home Loans, Standard Bank Home Loans|

SA Mortgage / Bond Origination Explained: Shopping round for the best Bond deal can be very time consuming and frustrating. And since your mortgage is one of the biggest financial commitments you want to be use you’re getting the lowest rate. Bond Originators have completely changed the way South Africans are applying for their mortgage finance. By applying through a mortgage originator you’re more likely to secure a better interest rate on your bond and you’ll definitely get your bond approval quicker. A Bond Originator offers you: A single point of contact when applying to all the major banks. Assurance that you’ll get the best deal on your mortgage. Discounts on your Bond Registration Costs, which could be a

Standard Bank JumpStart Home Loans

2012-03-17T18:19:08+02:00September 20th, 2006|Home Loan News, Mortgage SA, Standard Bank Home Loans|

108% Mortgages for First-Time home buyers from Standard Bank If you've never owned a home before and are looking to purchase a property for the first time, you're often referred to as a First-Time Home Buyer. First-Time Home Buyers usually have similar problems and therefore the banks have developed mortgage solutions specifically for this type of client. One of the biggest obstacles first-time home buyers faced in previous years was that they could not afford to pay the costs involved in applying for a homeloan. Also, very often these clients could not afford to put down a deposit on their mortgage as a result 108% home loans were introduced. Standard Banks 108% mortgage is called the JumpStart Home Loan,

Your Home Loan – How to Save Thousands

2007-10-09T09:35:08+02:00August 23rd, 2006|ABSA Home Loans, FNB Home Loans, Home Loan Features, Home Loan News, Home Loan Tips, Nedbank Home Loans, Old Mutual Home Loans, SA Home Loans, Sanlam Home Loans, Standard Bank Home Loans, Standard Chartered Bank|

Whether interest rates are going up or down the importance of taking an active interest in managing your home loan can not be overstated, and you’re about is find out why – now! For one of many reasons you decide that you need to lower your expenses and find some way of saving yourself some money every month. In the past you’ve heard many financial advisors promoting Debt Consolidation and decide to do some research into the topic. It’s not long till you begin to realize that managing your debts becomes easier when you consolidate all your debts into one, because you only need to pay off one account every month. The major attraction of consolidating your debts into

Does your Old HomeLoan still suit your needs?

2010-03-17T09:19:03+02:00August 16th, 2006|ABSA Home Loans, FNB Home Loans, Home Loan Features, Home Loan News, Home Loan Tips, Nedbank Home Loans, Old Mutual Home Loans, SA Home Loans, Sanlam Home Loans, Standard Bank Home Loans, Standard Chartered Bank|

The top Mortgage Providers in South Africa are the Four big Banks - FNB, Standard, Nedbank and ABSA - and each of them are competing fiercely to secure a big piece of the lucrative SA home loans pie. The competition between these banks and other mortgage providers in South Africa has resulted in many new innovative home loan products being developed, each offering different benefits which include: Lower interest rates, Consolidation Benefits, Five Year fix interest rates, Or an access bond facility which allows you to withdrew funds from your bond. As an Existing Home Owner you may have been paying you bond off in small amounts every month for many years, and missing out on the benefits offered

The growing presence of Female Property Buyers

2006-08-11T08:09:29+02:00August 11th, 2006|FNB Home Loans, Home Loan News, Property News, Standard Bank Home Loans|

SA Property News: The latest figures from some of the biggest SA Mortgage lenders are reflecting the increased presence of female homeowners in the local property market. Early this year FNB home loans reported that about 20 percent of the property buyers in the last quarter of 2005 were women that number has continued to grow. According to FNB, 25% of all women earning between R60 000 and R200 000 per annum already own a property. While, statistics from bond originator Mortgage SA show a similar pattern with one in four home loans granted in the first half of 2006 going to female property buyers. FNB Home Loans CEO Ed Grondel says these figures are encouraging as it indicates

Home Loans now more expensive

2006-09-19T14:02:45+02:00August 7th, 2006|ABSA Home Loans, FNB Home Loans, Home Loan News, Nedbank Home Loans, Old Mutual Home Loans, Property News, SA Home Loans, Sanlam Home Loans, Standard Bank Home Loans, Standard Chartered Bank|

Home Loans News: As from today, Home Loans have become slightly less affordable following the decision by the South African Reserve Bank to increase interest rates by 0.5%. Nedbank and FNB will rise their prime lending rate to 11.5% as from today while Standard Bank and ABSA clients’ rates were raised as from the 4th and 5th Aug respectively. Here’s how the recent Interest Rate hike will affect your monthly mortgage repayments. Data supplied by STD Home Loans. LoanPrime 11%Prime 11.5%Change R200 000R2 064R2 133R68 R400 000R4 129R4 266R137 R750 000R7 741R7 998R257 R1 000 000R10 322R10 664R342 R1 250 000R12 902R13 330R428 R2 000 000R20 644R21 329R685 Get A Lower Interest Rate on your Bond- Click Here Speaking

Finding the best Home Loan for first-time buyers

2010-04-10T10:39:52+02:00July 19th, 2006|ABSA Home Loans, FNB Home Loans, Home Loan Features, Nedbank Home Loans, Standard Bank Home Loans|

An easy to understand guide to Home Loan products designed for first-time buyers from FNB, ABSA, Nedbank and Standard Bank. Most of people dream of owning their own properties but when it comes to finding finance for that first house they’re often overwhelmed by jargon and confused by the various options. Shopping around for a home loan can be a tedious task especially if you’re unsure of whether you’ll be able to qualify for a mortgage. Lets compare Absa, FNB, Nedbank and Standard Home Loans… Click Here To APPLY ONLINE