home loans

To apply for a new bond, simply complete our quick home loan application form below and a consultant will contact you at your convenience to complete the process.

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You’ve handed in your Offer to Purchase and your prospects to owning your very own piece of land are looking good. Now it’s time to apply for a home loan. The good news is that, if you already used the ooba Bond Indicator, your home loan application will be a much quicker, easier process.  

Applying for home loans in South Africa is now more challenging than it was just over a year ago. The average bank decline rates have increased from 43.2% in 2015 to 47.9% in 2016. But you’re in good hands: ooba’s home loan approval rate is 33% better than the average bank approval rate.  

Applying for a home loan: three simple steps

Here’s what you need to do to get the new home loan you require:

  • Make sure you’ve considered the total costs of purchasing a property. This includes transfer costs, bond registration costs, a deposit, transfer duties and getting a rates clearance certificate.


  • Double check that you understand your Offer to Purchase. Get to grips with the legal terms in the contract and make sure you know what’s included and excluded. An ooba consultant can assist you.


  • Give ooba a call or complete the form below and we’ll help you to get all your paperwork in order. Once we have all the documents ready, we’ll submit your home loan application to up to nine banks, including your own.


Now all you have to do is breathe deeply and trust the process. Yes, applying for a home loan, and providing shelter for you and your family is within your reach. And with ooba, you can expect a quick turnaround time.

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