About Us

De Mink Property Finance is an award winning firmfinalist established in 2004 after Liz de Mink, who was one of the first originators when the industry started in 1996, decided that her current and future clients’ individual interests would best be served by the personal involvement of an industry expert in each mortgage application rather than the low-skilled, assembly line approach that was being introduced by larger firms at the time.

The business model Liz introduced effectively tied our success directly to the fulfillment of our client’s needs: if you’re not happy we don’t get paid. A risky proposition in uncertain times but the tenacity, knowledge and unparalleled work ethic which is a matter of routine at De Mink Property Finance ensured that over a decade we have made thousands of clients happy. These happy clients are the foundation of a business that has continued to thrive even in the face of the current unfavourable economic climate.

De Mink Property Finance is a family run, Cape based firm that works under the umbrella of Mortgage Max (an affiliate of the Better Group) which allows us to compete with even the biggest names in the industry.

Recently we began a successful association with De Mink Attorneys which was founded by Liz’s son, Jason who is an expert in Trust Law. Our offices are next to one another and we work in close partnership which allows us to provide a range of excellent legal advice and services to our clients at a moment’s notice. Of even greater benefit is the fact that our close relationship allows De Mink Attorney’s to offer discounted transfer fees to our clients.

We will soon be launching a new property related service. Watch this space.

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