Whether it be a commercial or residential property sale, every owner begins the anxious countdown to the months it takes to transfer the property to the new buyer and subsequently receive payment of their proceeds.

In the 2nd Quarter 2018 FNB Estate Agent Survey Buy-to-Let demand is perceived to be slower of late, along with moderating near term expectations amongst agents.

Banks are showing an increased appetite to lend according to first quarter (Q1 2018) property statistics recently released by ooba, South Africa’s leading home loan originator.

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