- South Africans are delighted and celebrating a young man on social media who has just secured two more properties for investment
- @Habs_ says he has been working very hard to bag the properties while focusing on the project for the past two months
- The guy’s social media followers are impressed and have also asked him for advice on how to enter the estate sector
A South African man has inspired social media users as he just bagged two more investment properties in his portfolio. The man has now credited God for all the blessings in his life.
@Habs_ says he has been working on the deals for the past two months and now that he has achieved, he shared the good news on Twitter.
“I’ve been working on this for the past two & half months. I got great discounts on the property purchase price, bond & transferring attorney fees. Never forget or be reluctant to negotiate!”
The post reads:
“I’ve just added two more investment properties to our property portfolio. All Glory God.”
"Well done Papi.”
"Please share how you can get started & grow it, I've been wanting to get into it but I don't know where to begin.”
"In this case two.”
“We’ll be welcoming 12 new tenants at one of the new properties in the next coming months.”
"1st property at 25": Young lady celebrates buying a beautiful home
Still focusing on property news, Briefly News reported that many young South Africans can only dream of buying their very first homes at the tender age of only 25 years old. One beautiful local woman has managed to make this dream a reality for herself recently.
Taking to Twitter, the young lady with the handle, @TshidiBaby_ recently took to the app to celebrate buying her first home at only 25. In the post, she also praises God for the role that he played in helping her with the spectacular achievement.
"So I did a thing the other day. First property at 2. Ke Mohau wa Modimo. I’m overwhelmed with gratefulness. God is so faithful. His timing is always perfect," she captioned the post warmly.
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Source: Briefly News