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In a property market where buyers are spoiled for choice one mistake they simply cannot afford to make is to allow the overwhelming amount of stock to put them off the task of sifting through the mountain of listings available and delay them in putting

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First time home buyers and owners who are eager to sell often wait in anticipation to get feedback from the bank on the status of a home loan application. Stanley Mabulu, channel management head at FNB Home Loans, says the amount of time it takes for

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Intergenerational living may not be a new phenomenon, but the modern-day benefits and complications make this living arrangement both financially viable and fraught with potential personality clashes. The reasons for living with in-laws and parents, or when parents move in with their children, are most times

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According to Betterlife Home Loans statistics, which is representative of 25% of all residential mortgage bonds being registered at the Deeds Office, first time buying activity suggest a renewed confidence in the economy The average price paid by first-time homebuyers rose by 5.8% to R739,000 in

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