One of the biggest challenges that most people face when starting out on their property buying journey is knowing where to start when sifting through the vast volumes and ample variety of properties available to them…
Author : Homeloans SA Owning a Property is the largest single achievement anyone can aspire to. This article covers the ‘Investment’ Aspect relating to Property Ownership.
Author : Homeloans SA Buy to Let – What are the Banks Requirements Investors who are looking for a good return on their investments still believe that property is the place to put your money. One way of doing so is to through a process called “Buy-to-Let.”
Author : Homeloans SA How to Buy a Repossessed House One way of getting into the property market as an investment, or to buy your own home, is to buy a repossessed house. One way of getting into the property market as an investment, or to buy your own home, is to buy a repossessed house.
Author : Homeloans SA GOOD TIME to BUY PROPERTY The Best Time to Buy a Property is when Media Reports, refer to the Property Cycle, as a “Buyers Market”. The Principle of “Supply and Demand” directly influences the situation.
Author : Homeloans SA How to Buy a Property on Auction When we hear that a property is being sold on auction the first thing that comes to mind is that it’s a sale in execution – where the owner could no longer afford the bond repayments. But times have changed and our assumptions may be rather incorrect
Author : Homeloans SA When you want to buy property in South Africa, such as a free standing house, a unit in a complex or a flat, you have various options available to you with reference to the type of ownership. The most common form of ownership is freehold but we also have sectional title, share block and leasehold as forms of ownership available
A Company or Close Corporation has the following disadvantages in regard to the payment of tax when it sells a property: The Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is calculated on the capital gain; In addition, the shareholders or members shall pay Dividends Tax…
Author : Homeloans SA Agents are often faced with this question and when attempting to guide a Prospective Purchaser or Lessee, this article will assist to: `state the facts` with `integrity`