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Category - Property
If your household income is between R3,501 and R15,000 per month, you could benefit from a government programme that could help you put a foot on the property ladder.
If you can't afford to buy a home on your own, you can apply for a joint home loan, but be aware of some of the issues that could arise.
Considering a move to the coast? Here’s how to lose less in an expensive transition.
If you want to draw down on the equity built up in your property, you may be in for a nasty surprise.
Airbnb can be an exciting income stream, but South Africans must do their homework carefully before buying a property specifically for this purpose.
When buying an investment property, you need to do your homework carefully to avoid your property becoming a financial ball and chain.
If you are a Liberty customer you may want to take advantage of discounted shares in the new Liberty property listing.
Applying for a home loan can be a complex process for entrepreneurs or freelancers ‒ people who have uncertain or unpredictable income flows.
Should you throw all your spare cash into paying off your mortgage before even thinking about investing?
With interest rates rising and the economy slowing, is now the time to make the biggest investment of your life?
The pros and cons of keeping a home loan facility open once it's been paid off.