6 top tips from the Snymans Team

For many, the start of 2020 means a new property search, or in some cases a sale. Because there is so much to think about when embarking on this exciting process, the team at Snymans Inc have put together some of their top tips to help you on your journey.

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Here are the Snymans Directors’ top tips for buying and selling in 2020…

Tip 1: Stacey’s number one tip is to always do your research before purchasing a property and ensure you surround yourself with a team of trusted professionals to support you along the way.

Read more about the role of a transfer attorney in the property transfer process.

Tip 2: Songezo had this to share: Budget carefully for transfer costs so you know what you’re in for and can plan accurately.

Read more about what to expect from Transfer and Bond Costs.

Tip 3 & 4: Glenda says that immovable property is still the best long-term investment so make 2020 the year you join the property market if you haven’t already, and Clive encourages everyone to look for the opportunities, even in tough times. Selling and buying lower can mean bigger value in the long term.

Tip 5: According to Wessel, location, location, location are no longer the most important factors when buying property. It’s now about timing, timing, timing to ensure a good investment.

Get more property buying tips to help you make an informed decision with your property purchase.

Tip 6: Jansen encourages sellers to price their properties wisely. Don’t overprice your property – the market won’t be fooled. Do your research and get expert advice to make sure you price your property right.

Read more about how to avoid common mistakes when selling your property.

Get more valuable tips about buying and selling property from the experts with Snymans Advice on our website.

Follow Snymans on Facebook for more legal information, tips and news about property.

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6 top tips from the Snymans Team

For many, the start of 2020 means a new property search, or in some cases a sale. Because there is so much to think about when embarking on this exciting process, the team at Snymans Inc have put together some of their top tips to help you on your journey.

Buying Property On Auction | Property Blog Articles

Here are the Snymans Directors’ top tips for buying and selling in 2020…

Tip 1: Stacey’s number one tip is to always do your research before purchasing a property and ensure you surround yourself with a team of trusted professionals to support you along the way.

Read more about the role of a transfer attorney in the property transfer process.

Tip 2: Songezo had this to share: Budget carefully for transfer costs so you know what you’re in for and can plan accurately.

Read more about what to expect from Transfer and Bond Costs.

Tip 3 & 4: Glenda says that immovable property is still the best long-term investment so make 2020 the year you join the property market if you haven’t already, and Clive encourages everyone to look for the opportunities, even in tough times. Selling and buying lower can mean bigger value in the long term.

Tip 5: According to Wessel, location, location, location are no longer the most important factors when buying property. It’s now about timing, timing, timing to ensure a good investment.

Get more property buying tips to help you make an informed decision with your property purchase.

Tip 6: Jansen encourages sellers to price their properties wisely. Don’t overprice your property – the market won’t be fooled. Do your research and get expert advice to make sure you price your property right.

Read more about how to avoid common mistakes when selling your property.

Get more valuable tips about buying and selling property from the experts with Snymans Advice on our website.

Follow Snymans on Facebook for more legal information, tips and news about property.