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The Bond Financing Process    

Day 1: Submit an application through your bond broker

* Bond Broker pre-qualifies client for loan.
* Request and motivate for rate discounts for clients from various financial institutions.
* Contacts client with results and client makes a preliminary decision on lender of choice.
* Bond Broker submit fully completed application with supporting documents to financial institution.
* Bond Broker awaits AIP (approval in principle) or decline notification from financial institution.
* Approval in Principle – Client is approved subject property valuation.
* Decline – Clients application declined due to various factors.

Day 2-5: AIP (approval in principle) issued

* Credit department verifies information and does credit checks.
* Bond Broker receives AIP or decline notification.
* AIP (approval in principle) – client is approved subject to a valuation to be done on property. This is not a final approval.
* Decline – Client’s application declined due to a variety of reasons. Bond Broker will reassess application for further assistance.
* Bond Broker informs client of decision.

Day 7-8: Formal Quotation

* A property assessment (valuation) is completed by the bank - the valuation takes place either physically or through a so-called desktop valuation.
* The bank will send a formal QUOTATION (final approval) through to the Bond Broker, the estate agent and the client.
* The Bond Broker informs client and explains all the details of the quotation. The client then accepts or rejects the quotation.
* The bank will forward the loan agreement to the attorneys and instruct the Registering attorney to attend to the registration of the bond.

Day 10-12: At the attorneys

* The home loan bond documents are prepared.
* Client contacted by attorneys to come and sign documents.
* Required to pay transfer duty and other costs.
* Attorney lodges transaction with Deeds Office.
* Registration attorney confirms registration to buyer and to the bank.
* Seller’s bond cancelled (if applicable) and settled.

Day 15-18 : At the bank

* The attorney will advise bank of registration.
* The bank will disburse the money.
* The transferring attorney will advise client that the property has been registered in their name.
* Bank will confirm monthly installment due in writing.
* First monthly installment due within 30 days of registration date.
* The Title Deed & home loan document sent from the attorney to the bank for safekeeping.
* With the new National Credit Act this process can take up to 3 months and longer. See factors that delay registration.

The legal stuff

Phase 1 : The Transfer Attorney

* The seller informs the Transferring Attorney to attend to the transfer of ownership of the property into the buyer’s name.
* The transferring attorney will request the title deed and cancellation figures from the seller’s existing bank (if applicable).
* A Rates Clearance Certificate will be requested from the local authority. No transfer is possible without such a certificate.

Phase 2 : The Bond Attorney

* When the bank approves the buyer’s loan and the instruction will be issued to the Bond Attorney to attend to the registration of the bond.
* The Bond attorney informs the Transfer Attorney of the amount available for guarantees and requests the draft Deed of Transfer.
* This Deed of Transfer is necessary to get details about the purchase price, title conditions etc.

Phase 3 : The Cancellation Attorney

* The Cancellation Attorney is instructed to cancel the seller's home loan upon receipt of a guarantee for the amount owing.

Phase 4 : The Transfer Attorney

* The Transfer Attorney receives the Title Deed and cancellation figures and sends a copy of the deed of transfer and the guarantee requirements to the Bond Attorney.
* The Transfer Attorney will contact the buyer and seller to sign the transfer documents.
* The buyer pays the transfer costs and the Transfer Attorney then pays the rates and taxes and the transfer duty.

Phase 5 : The Bond Attorney

* The Bond Attorney prepares the home loan documents. The buyer signs the relevant documentation and pays the bond registration costs.
* The Bond Attorney then issues the necessary guarantees and forwards them to the Transfer Attorney who prepares the mortgage bond documents for lodgment with the Deeds Office.

Phase 6 : The Transfer Attorney

* Once the Transfer Attorney has received the guarantees, he will forward it to the Cancellation Attorney, who (cancellation attorney) in turn obtains consent from the seller’s bank for home loan cancellation.
* Once all the documentation has been signed and the all the costs involved settled then the process can be finalized.
* The Transfer Attorney contacts the Bond and Cancellation Attorney to lodge all documents simultaneously with the Deeds Office.
* The documents includes the: home loan cancellation, transfer and new home loan documents.
* The transfer Attorney attends to the registration of transfer of the property while the Cancellation Attorney attends to the cancellation of the existing bond of the seller and the Bond Attorney on the other hand sees to the registration of the new bond.

Phase 7 : The Deeds Office

* The set of three registrations which has been submitted simultaneously and after being examined by the examiners in the Deeds Office, placed on preparation where the attorneys attend to any notes made by the examiners in respect of the documents.
* This takes 10-14 working days.
* On the day of registration the bank pays out the loan according to the guarantees issued.
* Agent’s commission is paid to the estate agent.
* The Transfer Attorney then forwards the Title Deed to the Bond Attorney/Bond holder who retains the same together with the registered bond document as secured.


You will be liable for the following costs:

* A bank valuation and initiation fee.
* Transfer costs (transfer duty, conveyance fees and stamp duty etc. to the transferring attorney for transferring the property into your name.
* Bond registration fees which you must pay to the attorney registering your bond

Save on Legal Fees

* Enquire about the GPF bond and transfer fee discounts.
* You will save enormous amounts of money by making use of this facility

To apply for a mortgage loan you will have to fill out a short application form. You will then receive a FREE quote from well established, nationally recognized lenders. You do not need to decide now whether the mortgage loan is for you.

Just apply and compare the repayments to your current situation. There is no obligation on your part. If you decide that it is not for you, you simply do not have to accept the offer. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

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