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Making Money Out of Property in South Africa
- Author: Jason Lee
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The book sets out every step of the property process, including how to find the right deals, how to negotiate and finance a property, and whether to hold onto or sell a property for financial gain. It focuses on some of the professionals' best-kept secrets, such as how to best utilise agreements of sale, property investment structures, financing options and key economic factors influencing the property cycle. As thousands of readers can attest, this accessible guide is a must-read for any first-time property purchaser or investor, and even for experienced investors looking to polish their skills.
- Jason Lee
- Random House Struik
- New edition
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- Jason Lee has a BA LLB degree from the University of Cape Town and is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa. He is the co-founder and a director of TCB Properties, a specialist property investment and development company. He has also in recent years acted as legal and corporate advisor to large South African property groups doing business in South Africa and abroad. Since the publication of his bestselling books Making Money out of Property in South Africa and Fast Forward your Retirement through Property, Jason has featured in a number of magazine and newspaper articles and has appeared on radio and TV. He is also a regular guest speaker at property-related functions. You can visit his property advisory website and blog at www.jasonlee.co.za.
This book is aimed at those who form investment clubs and wish to buy and flip properties. It contains a good level of detail, and clearly sets out the many pitfalls that need to be considered when investing in property. However, the book was initially written in 2007 (with an update in 2012) and some of the information may not be relevant to people starting out - for example banks very rarely give out 100% bonds these days.
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