Tracing outstanding debt
We make sure that all outstanding debts are traced, a service our banking and attorney clients rely on.
*Our fees differ on the service requested and are quoted upfront.
Tracing Outstanding Debt
Tracing of outstanding debts for properties being foreclosed or auctioned is something we do quickly and cost effectively. We can assist countrywide.
We assist the banks themselves or the attorneys on the banks panels to trace these debts so that they have a comprehensive list available and can make sure that the correct amount of money is recouped.
City Council Solutions prides itself on making sure that all outstanding debts are traced, and our banking and attorney clients therefore rely on our accuracy.
Why Choose Us
We get the job done
We are reliable and trustworthy
In our industry, there is a lot of fly by night agents. You can count on us to solve your problem with integrity, dedication and honesty.
We have experience
We have been assisting clients since 2006 and have the knowledge, expertise and staff to solve any problem you may have with the City of Tshwane. We have seen it all!
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We are an experienced, growing business, with trusted consultants and a loyal client base. We strive to supply a high standard of service with sound values and strong integrity.
"Their service is impeccable"
"We have had a long business relationship with City Council Solutions and can only attest that their service is impeccable and they are always willing to go the extra. We will always recommend them to our clients."
Nicci du Toit
Mariana Pera Attorneys
"Truly exceptional customer service. The team provides information every step of the way so you know what to do or send them. The rates and municipal accounts were registered in my name within a day or two."
"City Council Solutions has made a usually daunting and often frustrating process quick and pleasant. Would definitely recommend!
Thank you for your service and I'll definitely make use of you again should the need arise."