Bond Credit Predicts Record House Prices Ahead Of 2010 World Cup

Bond Credit is predicting that house prices in South Africa will rise to record levels before the beginning of the 2010 World Cup. It is anticipated that the population will increase dramatically and that many will be searching for houses because they could not get hotel rooms.

Online PR News – 16-February-2010 – – Mendham, NJ 02/16/10 -- Bond Credit is pleased to announce that house prices in South Africa are expected to rise dramatically in advance of the coming of the 2010 World Cup. Fans from all around the world will be coming to South Africa to watch their favorite team play and will be needing a place to stay. Not all will be able to get a hotel room. For those who cannot, renting or purchasing a house will be their next best hope. Many of those purchasing will be renting out rooms in an attempt to make back the purchase price.

As with anything, when demand outstrips supply by a significant margin, prices go up very high. It is anticipated that this is exactly what will happen to the housing market in South Africa this year.

Bond Credit is a bond originator that works with consumers and banks to help bring the two together on a mortgage loan. As such, the services of this company are provided to consumers at no charge. They collect all fees from banks once a mortgage loan is actually made.

To learn more about Bond Credit and bond originating services, visit their website at Members of the press may obtain more information about this company and the prediction made in this release by contacting

Susan Smith

Public Relations

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