Property News - November 2006
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Portfolio Property Investments News Team
The province of KwaZulu Natal is booming, as the property development phenomenon surges on. Albeit somewhat of a slow starter, KZN is now playing catch up with the rest of the country as vast tracks of beautiful land are snatched up by developers and investors alike.
What exactly is a bond originator and where does the role of the bond originator start and end in the home buying process? Haydn James of Bond Icon explains...
Has mortgage advances growth peaked? According to data released by the South African Reserve Bank, mortgage advances by the monetary sector increased by 29,6% year-on-year in September 2006 (30,3% in August), bringing the total amount of mortgage advances in the monetary sector to R640,4 billion.
The purchase of a townhouse complex is an intricate transaction requiring specialized skills and knowledge. Amongst other things, the expertise, experience and know-how an estate agent can bring to the process will help reduce some of the risks involved and avoid unnecessary stress when buying.
Hands up who receives more pre-approved loan grants than actual credible mail in their postbox. You too? Ever asked: Why doesnt someone do something about this virus?
The 2006 World Cup in Germany has ended, but with memories of your teams best moments, as well as Zidanes infamous headbutt still deeply etched in your cerebral cortex, lets try and keep the hysteria of world cup football with us until the big day rolls in.