Monthly Archives: January 2014

Finbond micro finance loans

Finbond is a South African financial house which was established in 2003, got listed on the Johannesburg stock exchange in 2007 and received its Mutual banking license from the South African reserve bank in 2012. Finbond now operates nationally with 168 established branches and a strong team of 545 employees.
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Absa asset finance, ideal rental agreement

Absa bank is one of South Africa’s biggest financial institutions. Living by the motto of today, tomorrow and together, Absa’s business development and existence has been driven by innovation and flexibility by providing products and services which meet the needs of a very diverse clientele.

Using reliable and tested market research techniques, Absa saw the need to introduce a platform for prospective clients who would like the full use of the vehicle or other assets without the hassles of ownership, clients who need to use an expensive vehicle or asset but don’t want to buy it, clients who would like to pay only for the use of the vehicle or other asset, these client needs are what brought the Absa rental agreement on the scene.

By using the Absa rental agreement, a client will get to have full uninterrupted use of the vehicle or asset of choice for an affordable fixed monthly payment, the flexibility of choosing a repayment period of 24, 36, 48, 60 or 72 months, the choice of lower monthly repayments by opting to make a balloon or residual value payment at the end of the rental contract period, VAT is not capitalised in advance but rather paid on every instalment, A risk assessment may require you to pay a deposit upfront at the start of the lease, an initiation fee and a monthly service fee is charged on all new contracts, affordable credit protection plan to settle the outstanding balance in the case of death, disability or retrenchment, if  you are registered for Absa internet banking, you can link this account to your profile and be able to view the financing details and monitor the outstanding balance and transaction history.

To qualify for this Absa agreement, one needs to have a valid Identity number or passport number, proof of residence, employment details, banking details, details of the vehicle or other assets to be financed, summary of monthly income and expenses and details of insurance where applicable.

With Absa, access to vehicles or assets is now an easy process. Absa can be contacted on 0113504000 or 0860669669.

Absa buy to let home loan – Invest in property

Absa buy to let home loan – This bank is a subsidiary of the Barclay’s Africa Group. Formed a strong foundation of values such as respect, integrity, service, excellence and stewardship, this bank has gone on to be counted among South Africa’s strongest and most reliable financial institutions. Absa also has equity holdings in banks in Mozambique and Tanzania, representative offices in Namibia and Nigeria and other operations in Botswana and Zambia. Absa operations in South Africa are anchored around a range of retail, business, corporate, investment banking and wealth management products and services.
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SA home loans, facilitating affordable housing

The South African population has grown over the last two decades. This population growth has placed a huge responsibility on Government and other cooperating partners to provide housing for all. While great strides have been made in achieving safe decent housing for the population, a great amount of the South African population are still in desperate need of decent shelter. One business entity which has stepped up to make a contribution in this regard is SA home loans.
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Debtlab online loans application

Debtlab online loans is a registered financial services provider in South Africa. In a very competitive market with many other service providers competing for a very limited clientele, Debtlab has set itself apart with its ability and knowledge to negotiate with many renowned lenders on  behalf of the client both as individuals or as a business entity. This has enabled Debtlab to be in a position of finding the best deal for a client and secure quick and stress free loan approvals. Debtlab is also among the very few micro lenders in the country who offer blacklisted loans and credit without credit checks.
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FNB business loans, taking care of your company

FNB business loans – In South Africa it is counted as one of the big four financial institutions and also one of the oldest in the country tracing its origins back to 1838. FNB has over the years grown and expanded into other African countries and diversified its service and product portfolio providing services for individuals and business entities. One product which has tremendously impacted on the world of business is the FNB business loan.
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Standard bank personal loan

Standard bank is a prime financial institution in South Africa and across the African continent. Established in 1863, this highly esteemed bank has stood the test of time providing a range of products and services both at business and individual level. One of the products leading the way for individuals is the Standard bank personal loan.
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Blue Financial Services loans

Blue Financial Services loans – A financial institution with a wide range of products and services, operating in over 12 African countries, providing ethical and affordable financial solutions tailored to each region’s socio-economic landscape. The countries currently serviced by Blue Financial Service are: Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
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Letsatsi finance and loans

Finance and loans – Letsatsi was established in the year 2000 to be a reliable provider of short and long-term financial services and products. Todate Letsatsi has established branches in Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Northwest, Free state and Eastern cape. Letsatsi offers quick and convenient financial solutions which have assisted many to meet various financial needs such as education and school fees, medical bills, repairs, family vacations, car repairs and maintenance.
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