Nedbank Building Loan

 

Nedbank Homevision Home Loans (Below)

Nedbank Ordinary Home Loan

Nedbank Building Loans

Nedbank Further Loans

 

Overview Nedbank Building Loans

Geared towards new or existing home owners who have intentions to build a new home or make additional renovations to an existing property in South Africa.

 

Benefits of Nedbank's Building Loan

 

1. Nedbank offers clients 100% home loans of the purchase price of house/property.

 

2. A R15 000 cash back reward on the value of the bond to do with as you choose.

 

3. You are allowed to request a shorter loan term or a maximum term of up to 25 years based on your financial need. The standard loan term is 20 years.

 

4. You can start off with a variable interest rate at the beginning of your home loan term, which can be changed to a fixed rate at a later date.

 

5. You can pay off your home bond sooner than the term agreed to on your contract, subject to terms and conditions.

 

6. Nedbank offers an accelerated payment plan via EFT to make additional payments.

 

7. NedRevolve Account makes it easy to access any surplus money that accumulates when you pay more than the minimum instalment or a lump sum into your home loan account.

 

Other Nedbank Home Loan Products:

 

Nedbank Homevision Home Loans

Nedbank Building Loans

Nedbank Further Loans

Nedbank Ordinary Home Loan

 

Apply to Nedbank or other major banks with just one application form.

Why settle for the prime lending rate when you can have a lower rate. Let us do all the hard work for you. By utilising our free service, we can apply to Nedbank or other major banks in South Africa on your behalf. We will negotiate the best deal to suit your needs. Quick and easy, just fill out the form below and a bond originator will contact you asap.

 

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Lowest Interest Rates

You will be pleasantly surprised at prime less interest rates we can negotiate on behalf of our clients. We are commited in finding our clients the best rates in the current SA home bond market.

 

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