Lendico South Africa

Rate 7.87%
APR 7.87%
Currency ZAR

Lendico borrowers are required to be least 18 years old and be a South African resident, South African bank account as well a regular income are needed to ensure the repayment of the loan.


The rate of 7.87% is 0% higher than the average 7.87%. Also it is the highest rate for this term period. Updated Oct, 2016

on Lendico South Africa's secure website

Lendico borrowers are required to be least 18 years old and be a South African resident, South African bank account as well a regular income are needed to ensure the repayment of the loan.


The rate of 7.87% is 0% higher than the average 7.87%. Also it is the highest rate for this term period . Updated Oct, 2016

on Lendico South Africa's secure website

Rate 7.87%
APR 7.87%
Currency ZAR

Compare Lendico South Africa Loan rates

Account Name Rate
Lendico South Africa Investment 26.17%

Compare Loan rates in South Africa

Account Name Rate
Nedbank Home Loan 10.25%
FNB Home Loan 10.25%
Standard Bank South Africa Home Loan 10.25%

Lendico South Africa Discussion

  • Q: do you have a branch in free state, Bloemfontein?

    Reply khalalelo from Durban, South Africa
  • Q: what is the maximum amount of home loan and personal can you provide and the average rate of each?

    Reply nqobile from Durban, South Africa
  • Q: I want a mortgage loan with a lower interest rate and it seems Lendico offers the lowest rate

    Reply Mosima from Benoni, South Africa
  • Q: 3 un -bonded properties and I wish to take out a R 400 000.00 loan

    Reply Thomas from Port Elizabeth, South Africa
  • Q: Good day I just wanted to know do you give loans to Namibians? what is the procedure?

    Reply Laura Beukes from Walvis Bay, Namibia
  • Q: I'm a namibian and interested to get loan with you Lendica pls email me the procedures....

    Reply Diana from Namibia
  • Q: What is the process to apply for a loan with lendico. Thanks

    Reply edwin from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Q: Hi I am looking for a home loan can you provide me with some additional information please. Cheers

    Reply Umar Ally from South Africa
  • Q: I'm a full time permanent employee for one Government entities earning R60 000 (net R45 000) a month. I need a loan and also looking for a bank to take over my home bond at a cheaper rate than I'm currently paying. Please tell me what loan available that I can qualify for.

    Reply Siyabonga Hlongwan from Johannesburg, South Africa
    • R: Hi Were you successful with your bond? I want to do the same. Please advise

      Reply Adrian
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