The problems that are causing the slide in the Rand and the quickening of inflation are largely out of the control of the SARB…
It is a gloomy forecast…
A home loan, when used wisely and when well-managed, can be considered a ‘good debt’ that can not only save you money but grow your wealth too…
Things are pretty stable…for now. What will the oil price, Eskom and the Fed mean for us going forward?
Oil has placed a downward pressure on inflation which means there is no big reason for the SARB to increase the repo-rate
Drawing some tips and interesting information about home loans from our 2014 data
The last meeting of the year and the first for the new Governor of the SARB. What will happen?
What does the rate remaining unchanged mean for the economy and the South African property market?
We try to predict the South African Reserves decision
Clients are often perplexed by the access facility. Hopefully this post will clear a few things up…
Many people get nervous when they see rate increases. They look for security and constancy in fixed rates. But they do so at a cost!
Beyond the money you need for the purchase and home loan repayment there are significant costs when buying a home.
Interest Rate increase in May? Find out what we think!
Our prediction of what the SARB will do to rates and why
UPDATE 29/01/2014: Unfortunately our prediction was wrong! The Reserve Bank increased the repo rate from 5% to 5.5% and Bank lending rates went from 8.5% (a 40 year low) to […]