Homes Overseas Announces New Property Buying Guide for South Africa

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Homes Overseas, the leading overseas property experts, have added an informative property buying guide on South Africa, to their series of buying guides. The article offers practical advice to those contemplating property investment in the region.

Homes Overseas, the leading overseas property experts, have recently announced a concise guide titled, Buying Property in South Africa. The informative article has been written in easy to understand tone, and highlights the nuances of investing in property in South Africa. The full article can be viewed at: http://www.homesoverseas.co.uk/buying-property-in-south-africa

The write up begins with a generic location overview, thereby highlighting the purchase preferences of Briton and German buyers to date. The region's accessibility and property ownership clauses are also attributed due relevance in the first section of the property buying guide for South Africa.

The next section of the article, based upon the information stated in the first part of the article, underlines the region's suitability for buying retirement property. In the same context, key locations like Cape Town and Port Elizabeth are discussed.

The concluding part of the guide looks at the buying property process in South Africa along with the taxes and fees incurred with buying a property. The article also advises buyers that the transfer process can take up to three months or longer, so buyers should be prepared for delays.

About Homes Overseas

Homes Overseas is the world's leading international property magazine since 1965. They provide advice and information for people buying property overseas as an investment or a holiday home. Homes Overseas magazine is published monthly and is available on subscription and from leading newsagents. For more details on buying property in South Africa, visit http://www.homesoverseas.co.uk/buying-property-in-south-africa

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