‘Dealing with Bad Credit - how it affects your home loan application. ’ Your credit score affects everything. Lenders want to determine whether you are “safe” or “risky” person to lend money too. Your score will impact how much you will be able to borrow, as well as the interest or repayment rate that is offered to you. If you’ve got debit orders that do not clear or late repayments, it’s a bad sign to lenders, and your credit score will suffer. Lenders will also take a look at your past and current credit card history. If you max your credit, banks assume you already have more debt than you can keep up with. The ratio of what is accessible to you and how much of that you use is taken into account.
Mmasebudule and Motswedi are under chieftainship of Brigadier General K.D. Mangope, the acting chief for Bahurutshe Boo-Manyana ‘Mmasebudule is rich with chrome of high quality and benefits only individual(s). What villagers endure are devastation of their maize fields, graze land, nonexistence of social labour plans and the undisclosed royalties records’
The Education for Social Justice Foundation welcomes government’s announcement about the refurbished schools in KwaZulu-Natal. The ESJF is encouraged by the commitment of President Cyril Ramaphosa to alleviate challenges facing rural communities when it comes to mud schools.
MAHIKENG MAIL- MAHIKENG: The community of Kanana Township near Orkney embarked on a massive but peaceful march against crime this week.
This comes after the community felt that ‘enough is enough’ and that they no longer want to live in fear for their lives. This is due to the escalating level of crime particularly gangsterism that is rife and worsening on daily basis. Young people, women and children are terrorized, raped and murdered by gang members without fearing arrest by police. Houses are broken into, others are torched ransacked and goods are taken by these groups through knife and gun pointing from residents.
The current interest rates provide a window of opportunity for home buyers.
If You are deciding to upgrade or trying to acquire your first property; now would be a good time to buy. This follows last months’ decision by the Reserve bank to leave the repo rate and prime rate unchanged at 6.75% and 10.25% repectively. This is likely to remain the same at least until after the general election in May.This is good news for consumers who were already under pressure from the recent fuel hikes and the looming electricity traffic hikes from Eskom.