Getting a foot in the property market: TT Mbha shares his insights

Thato 'TT' Mbha has earned his stripes as one of the few black real estate agents in South Africa.

The CEO of Black Real Estate is on a mission to encourage South Africans to acquire property as a lucrative investment.

He sat down with Azania Mosaka to talk about the strides he has made over the years and share how his first major deal was acquired 5 months after he passed his board exam.

Mbha has since provided solutions that work with access to high net worth clients across the African continent.

Here are some of his insights on getting your foot in the door and what you should look out for on your first buy.

It is important to have estate agents in different transactions because it is our duty to make sure that the transaction goes smoothly, that seller declares correctly any defects in the property.

Thato 'TT' Mbha ,CEO of Black Real Estate

One of the major requirements in any property sale is an electrical certificate of compliance. That is a must.

Thato 'TT' Mbha, CEO of Black Real Estate

He has embarked on a roadshow specifically targeting townships around the country, to educate black people on the process of buying.

Click on the link below to listen to the full audio.....


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