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May Non-Residents buy a property in South Africa?

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Yes, Non-residents may bring money into South Africa without restriction and may borrow up to maximum of 50% of the total investment cost associated with any property purchased in South Africa subject to the bank’s lending criteria.

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Non-Residents

May Non-Residents buy a property in South Africa?

Property Blog Articles | Advice | Contractual Matters | Market News

Yes, Non-residents may bring money into South Africa without restriction and may borrow up to maximum of 50% of the total investment cost associated with any property purchased in South Africa subject to the bank’s lending criteria.

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