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Innovative home loans the way to house the people

22 July 2015

The government-owned National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) and financial services giant Old Mutual demonstrated last week how capital can be unlocked through public-private partnerships. Their partnership squashes the myth that investors cannot generate a good buck by investing in causes that transform social engineering that was designed to benefit a few. Old Mutual and the Read more

New product offers gap housing finance

21 July 2015

Johannesburg – A total of R1.35 billion has been secured for housing finance in the gap market through a public-private partnership between Old Mutual Capital Holdings, the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) and Future Growth.   The gap market comprises prospective homeowners who earn too much to qualify for a housing subsidy or Reconstruction and Read more

HiP’s 2 significant milestones

17 July 2015

HiP recently celebrated the opening of their new office space in Sandton. The opening also included a special moment when they unveiled the Boardroom which was dedicated to one of the founding members who has since passed away.

Alternative Home Finance Product Now Launched In Housing Gap Market

17 July 2015

This approach makes it possible for our Clients to enter the property market approximately 5 years earlier

New income-linked loan arrangement

14 July 2015

Housing Investment Partners (HiP) is a welcome addition to the South African residential property sector, says Mike van Alphen, national manager of the Rawson Property Group’s bond origination division, Rawson Finance. ‘Old Mutual and the National Housing Finance Corporation (NHFC) are the shareholders in the new organisation, which has the goal of helping potential first-time Read more

Home loans for affordable housing

14 July 2015

Mike van Alphen, the National Manager of Rawson Finance, has welcomed the advent of Housing Investment Partners (HiP) to the South African residential sector. The ‘traditional banks’ ability to service the affordable housing market has been limited by the fact that many potential buyers earn too little to qualify for a home loan. Old Mutual Read more