Outstanding private sector mortgage balances (R1 465,5 billion and 38,2% of total privatesector credit balances of R3 839,4 billion), which include both corporate and household mortgage balances, increased at a rate of 6,7% y/y up to end-August (6,3% y/y at end- July). 

In the first seven months of 2019 outstanding credit balances in the South African household sector (R1 687,8 billion) increased by 6,3% year-on-year (y/y), with growth slightly down from 6,5% y/y up to the end of June.

Growth in the value of outstanding credit balances in the South African household sector (R1 669,6 billion) was only slightly higher at 6,1% year-on-year (y/y) at the end of May 2019 from 6% y/y at end-April when outstanding balances came to R1 660,9 billion.

Growth in the value of outstanding credit balances in the South African household sector (R1 660,9 billion) remained relatively stable in the first four months of 2019, recorded at 6% year-on-year (y/y) at the end of April this year.

Growth in the value of outstanding credit balances in the South African household sector.

The value of outstanding credit balances in the South African household sector increased by 5,9% year-on-year (y/y) to R1 653,3 billion up to the end of February 2019 (3,9% y/y at end-February 2018), with growth in total credit balances as well as secured and unsecured credit balances remaining unchanged from end-January. 

Mall of Africa is excited to announce that a new Pick n Pay store will open at the centre in the third quarter of this year.

Growth in the value of outstanding credit balances in the South African household sector, which amounted to R1 641,5 billion, increased further to 5,9% year-on-year (y/y) at end January from 5,7% y/y at end-December and 3,7% the end of January last year.

There’s death and taxes, and then there’s divorce and transfer duty. It would be be inaccurate to really compare the former to the latter, but one thing is for sure: Both need to be handled with care, sensitivity and sound advice.

Wednesday, 09 January 2019 16:21

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