Bookshelf
| can't find it |

| browse books |
house & home
 

| book details |

Sunday Times Personal Finance Guide to Your Home: How to Buy, Sell and Pay for it

By (author) Diana Wright






| book description |

Should you choose a fixed or variable rate mortgage? Should you choose an endowment or Pep mortgage or simple repayment? How can you save money on insurance? How can you get out of negative equity? This guide answers these questions and more in simple, jargon-free terms with clear examples to guide home-buyers whether first-timers or those buying for the second or third time through the jungle of competing mortgage, insurance and investment offers. Buying a home involves the biggest financial decision most people are ever likely to make. This book should help you make the decision which might literally transform the rest of your financial life.

| product details |



Normally shipped | Enquiries only
Publisher | HarperCollins Publishers
Published date | 20 Apr 1998
Language |
Format | Paperback
Pages | 192
Dimensions | 197 x 130 x 0mm (L x W x H)
Weight | 0g
ISBN | 978-0-0065-3066-4
Readership Age |
BISAC | house & home / general


| other options |


| your trolley |

To view the items in your trolley please sign in.

| sign in |

| specials |

Milkman

Anna Burns
Paperback / softback
368 pages
was: R 290.95
now: R 249.95
Available from overseas. Dispatched in aprox 4-8 weeks as local supplier is out of stock

But when first brother-in-law, who of course had sniffed it out, told his wife, her first sister, to tell her mother to come and have a talk with her, middle sister becomes 'interesting'.

The Summer House

Santa Montefiore
Paperback
464 pages


Enquiries only

Antoinette's world has fallen apart: her husband, the man she has loved for as long as she can remember, has died tragically in an accident.

The Pure In Heart: Simon Serrailler Book 2

Susan Hill
Paperback
528 pages
was: R 195.95
now: R 167.95
Available from overseas. Usually dispatched in 3 to 6 weeks

A little boy is snatched at the gate of his home while he waits for his lift to school.