ooba Bond Indicator for Easy Online Pre-qualification

Category Property Finance

Buying a home can be an intimidating process unless one is empowered with the right information. Knowing that the first point of entry into a Buying journey is affordability, Seeff North Coast works in Association with ooba - one South Africa's leading home experts - to assist Buyers with bond qualification so they will know what priced property they will realistically be able to afford.

This innovative online certification certainly challenges the traditional way of approaching a bank and having to give them a great deal of paperwork. Instead it suits the majority of today's techno savvy individuals who prefer the self-service approach, putting them fully in control of a decision making process.

This do it yourself online bond Indicator tool is a free online prequalification tool that allows a potential Buyer to check their credit score and establish what they can realistically afford in a matter of minutes from the comfort of their home/office . Knowing the outcome will highlight any possible issues which can then be resolved/attended to before formally applying for a home loan. Other positive attributes include the fact that:

  • Buyers can look at properties with confidence knowing what their price ceiling is.
  • Prequalified Purchasers have a competitive advantage as Sellers are more likely to accept an offer from someone who can provide proof that they can afford a property
  • Purchasers can sign with peace of mind
  • Purchasers will not sign on a property they cannot afford and then face rejection\disappointment

So to assess whether your credit score is sound, and to understand your property purchase affordability, contact any one of our Seeff Property Professionals who will send you the Exclusive OBI link putting you firmly in control of embarking on your search to find the house of your dreams.

For further information on how to get the OBI Link Contact Seeff North Coast on 032 586 0170

Author: Chrissie Johnson

Submitted 26 Nov 19 / Views 53