There has never been a better time to invest in property! In reality, we all know that. However there are many experts who will sway you towards other forms of investments. A large number of people know that property investment is a good choice, as a viable and financially prudent way to earn additional passive […]
A Twin trust structure (TTS) involves a set-up of a minimum of two (or more trusts) to help structure your investments and asset management. This usually involves Trusts that have been formed for various functions such as Family Trust, Property Investment Trust, Share Trust, Business Trust etc. In most circumstances, the basic structure involves the Family Trust […]
The number of tenants who are defaulting on rental obligations are on the rise, which necessitates buy-to-let owners to act quickly against non-payers, says Michelle Dickens, MD of credit bureau Tenant Profile Network (TPN).
Trusts Benefits Trusts offer a wide range of benefits. Key among them is Asset Protection! In fact this is by far the largest benefits that Trusts offer as entities. The following list of benefits is not exhaustive but includes the most important and obvious ones.
Once your home loan has been approved, it’s time to start the ball rolling and get your property registered in your name. Although the property registration process may seem lengthy, the following steps will help you understand the process.
Setting goals is one of the surest ways of achieving any success. Goal setting is a skill which all successful people have honed and learnt to utilize in their daily set of competencies that propel them towards continuous success.
Standard Home Loan All Mortge bonds / Home Loans in South Africa have a 20 year loan term (In other circumstances 30 years). The bond repayments must be serviced from a SA rand denominated bank account. For contract workers, immigrants and refugees a loan amount of up to 100% of the value can be approved. Sometimes, in exceptional cases, loans […]
The concept of a Trust is over 900 years old and originates from English law. Over time the South African law on Trusts has been developed by legislature, the Courts and legal practitioners into the law have today. A Trust can be described as a legal relationship which has been created by a person (known […]