Property Calculators for Namibia

 
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Calculate transfer duty, stamp duty, government costs, attorney costs and bank loan costs on any purchase price for natural person or juristic person property transfers. This calculation will show the purchaser all the hidden costs he has to pay for the transfer.

The Sectional Titles Act implemented new fees for conveyancers on the 31st of October 2014. This calculator will calculate the costs specifically for sectional title units.

Calculate the transfer cost for the sale of Members Interest in a Close Corporation (CC), which is the owner of immovable property. This calculation will be used when only members interest change within a CC and could bring great savings to the purchaser.

Calculate the estimated monthly repayments on the mortgage loan / home loan for a specified period and calculate the estimated minimum monthly income required for obtaining such a loan. This calculator also shows a detailed amortization schedule including each repayment and the total repayments made to the financial institution.

This calculation is mostly used by estate agents in Namibia. This calculator will always calculate commission on the Netto (The Netto is the amount that the seller will receive in his pocket). This calculation provides the estate agent with minimum commission.

This calculation is mostly used by estate agents in South Africa. This calculator will always calculate commission on the Gross (The Gross is the full purchase price that the property is sold for). This calculation provides the estate agent with maximum commission.

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Bank Interest Rates

Repo Rate 6.50
Prime Rate 10.25
Mortgage Lending Rate 11.25

Updated 13 August 2019

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