How do I determine what I can afford?

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MyProperty Namibia
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It is advisable that home buyers undergo a prequalification process, which provides the opportunity to do an affordability check and a credit check simultaneously.

Being prequalified enables you to check your credit score, and determine what you can realistically afford.

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