No. MyRoof.co.za advertises and lists FNB’s repossessed and mandated properties. Your offer is made directly to the bank.
Is MyRoof an estate agency for FNB?
No. MyRoof provides a platform for FNB to list properties. MyRoof operates as a property advertising portal that allows the public and estate agents to view property in a secure, easily accessible and current manner.
Does FNB sell properties to make a profit?
No. FNB's main objective is to minimize the default indebtedness of the property’s previous owner. FNB does attempt to cover the costs incurred through the purchase of the property and sale in execution process.
Who owns the FNB properties in possession?
All repossessed properties listed by FNB were previously bonded by FNB. When the previous owner defaulted on their financial obligations the property was put up for sale at public auction. When a property does not reach its asking price it is bought by FNB. As such, properties in possession are registered to, or in the process of being registered to, FNB.
How long does it take to register a repossessed property?
The process of registering a repossessed property in an individual’s name is more complex than a transfer between private individuals. FNB endeavours to make the process as swift as possible, but the registration may take between 4 and 6 months.
FNB does NOT sell properties via online auction –
repossessed properties are listed on the MyRoof.co.za website.
FNB owns properties in possession and as such reserves the right to accept or decline offers at their sole discretion.
The buyer corresponds directly with FNB during the offer and purchase process.
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