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  • What to spend money on to improve the rental appeal of your property
  • If you're looking to invest in a property to rent out, it's vital it appeals to as many tenants as possible. Depending on the condition of the property you purchase, it may be worthwhile making some changes. It could boost your rental income and attract more prospective tenants. So where should you make improvements? Read on to find out… Give your property a lick of paint Chanc... ››› more
  • [09 March 2015]
  • Check these three factors before applying for a bond to buy a property
  • Perhaps even before you start looking to buy a property, you should consider the financial side. When you apply for a bond, the bank will take three things into consideration. So what are these factors? Let's take a closer look… Getting a bond to buy your property Banks look at three main aspects when assessing an applicant for a bond to buy a property. It’s worthwhile you’... ››› more
  • [06 March 2015]
  • Four ways to make money investing in property
  • Property is a great long-term investment. Chances are you'll see good capital appreciation over the years. And you'll have the monthly income from a tenant if you choose to rent it out. So where can you pick up the best property investment opportunities? Read on to uncover four options to consider… Investing in property option #1: Buy in a new property development If you want ... ››› more
  • [04 March 2015]
  • Property - The best savings account you'll ever have
  • A friend of mine just bought some property - cheap. In fact, he bought this property from the bank as a distressed sale for 70% less than the developer is selling similar properties to other buyers in the market. That's right, he paid R90,000 for a piece of prime real estate from the bank. Similar vacant stands like the one he just bought are selling for R300,000 in the same development! ... ››› more
  • [04 March 2015]
  • Four questions to ask yourself when drawing up your property investment plan
  • If you want to start investing in property to rent out, it's vital to spend time planning. Property investing involves a lot of outlay and commitment, so you need to ensure you know what you want to achieve and how you're going to get there before doing anything. So what do you need to consider? Read on to find out how to put together your property investment plan… Your first ste... ››› more
  • [02 March 2015]
  • Budget 2015: How changes to transfer duty will affect your property investment plan
  • Yesterday, finance minister Nhlanhla Nene gave his first full budget speech. Amongst a whole host of changes, he advised of modifications to transfer duty. Transfer duty is payable when buying a home. So what are the changes? And what difference will it make to you and your property investment plan? Read on to find out… What are the coming changes to transfer duty? At the momen... ››› more
  • [26 February 2015]
  • Why you should save yourself the hassle and employ the services of a bond originator
  • Buying a new house is an exciting venture, but there are so many things to do. One thing that the majority of homeowners need is a bond. Once the seller of the property you want to buy accepts your offer to purchase, you need to sort out a bond. So should you look for a bond yourself or make use of a bond originator? Here's why you should opt for the latter… Why do all the leg wor... ››› more
  • [25 February 2015]
  • Buying a property? Here's how the sale process works…
  • Finding the perfect property to buy is only half the battle. Once you've submitted your offer to purchase and the seller accepts, there are a number of things that need to happen before you'll get the keys to your property. So what does this entail? Read on to find out… Get a bond for your property Once the seller of the property you want to buy accepts your offer to purchase,... ››› more
  • [24 February 2015]
  • Keep more cash in your pocket, and make more money with these property-investing tactics
  • “Congratulations, your offer has been accepted!” Those are the golden words in property investing. Especially if you offered below market value for an investment property… But let's face it, if you're offering below the asking price of a seller you're not guaranteed to get your offer accepted… In fact you'll most probably end up pacing the room, checking your phone every five minu... ››› more
  • [05 February 2015]
  • How to ensure you get the perfect tenant for your property
  • When you decide to invest in property to rent out, finding a property that appeals to prospective tenants for the right price is only half the battle. The next thing you need to do is find a tenant for your property. And you don't want just anyone renting out your property. You want to find a trustworthy individual who's going to treat your property with respect and pay their rent on time. S... ››› more
  • [02 February 2015]
  • Keen to start your own property investment business? Here are four ways to do it…
  • If you want to make investing in property a business, you have a number of options. As well as investing as an individual, you can look at a partnership, a trust and a company. So what are the main differences between these options? Read on to find out… Four ways to start your own property investment business #1: Investing in property as an individual If you’re new to pr... ››› more
  • [30 January 2015]
  • Want to start investing in property? Have a look at new developments
  • Investing in property is a huge financial undertaking. There's the deposit, transfer duty and a whole host of other fees and costs to consider. So if you want to invest in property to rent out, how can you do it with less upfront costs? Think about buying a property in a new development. Read on to find out why this can be a great option… Why consider a property in a new developme... ››› more
  • [29 January 2015]
  • New to property investing? Here's how to weigh up what type of property to buy
  • If you've decided to invest your cash into property to rent out, the first thing you need to look at is the type of property you're going to buy. Your budget will probably dictate where you can buy, but there are some crucial things to weigh up before making any decisions. After all, investing in property is a costly venture so you need to ensure you're making the right choice. So what shoul... ››› more
  • [28 January 2015]
  • Considering investing in property? Here's how to get started…
  • If you're looking to make a solid, long-term investment, investing in property is well worth considering. Whether you plan to buy just one property to rent out or several, investing in property means you can look forward to a regular income and growth in the value of your property. So what are the advantages to investing in property? Where can you look to find bargain properties to buy? And ... ››› more
  • [26 January 2015]

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