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News Archive for February - 2018

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johannesburg homeowners need to be aware of inaccurate municipal property valuations
home selling advice: pricing mistakes to avoid
the 3 s’s of sub-letting
gardening in drought conditions
cape town's water crisis and the rights of tenants and landlords
fake tenants - how agents and landlords can prevent it
why is my property taking so long to sell?
how to keep housing scheme fines from becoming a point of contention
home sells for record price in woodbridge island
planning to invest in offshore property? use these 7 signs to assess value
south african property market poised for upswing
how high is your credit score?
do you move or renovate?
how to bounce back after overpricing your property
national budget geared to instill confidence
rondebosch market proves that location really is everything
don’t buy before you’ve viewed
are you ready for homeownership?
green with envy - greenstone property booms
baby boomers at the forefront of the changing face of retirement accommodation
the abc of rental deposits
midrand commercial properties cater to a diverse market
a rate cut could boost the rental and housing markets
how home owners associations can keep the parking peace
what body corporate finances really mean for your investment
10 top home features to highlight when selling
selling your home? here are the costs you need to consider
the rental market still a mixed bag of tricks
the unexpected offer
top 5 things to do before you sell your property
things we love - low-maintenance backsplashes
an action plan for your new home
Latest Property News
  • 22 Jun 2018
    The rental market in many Johannesburg suburbs has shown encouraging signs of revival this year but it remains a competitive market and landlords who best cater to their market’s needs will reap the healthiest returns.
  • 22 Jun 2018
    Home design is constantly evolving to reflect the changing needs of society. We look at some of the ways in which our use of space is changing.
  • 22 Jun 2018
    While estate agents can help the seller with correctly pricing the property and marketing a property to the right pool of potential buyers, at the end of the day it’s the impression that the property will make on buyers that counts the most.
  • 21 Jun 2018
    Anyone who’s ever been involved in a building project that’s gone wrong will appreciate the importance of adequate insurance cover in the construction industry.
  • 21 Jun 2018
    A recent news story about a blind tenant caught in a legal battle with his body corporate over letters and notices he was unable to read and consequently comply with has raised the question: what are the legal obligations for landlords with disabled tenants?
  • 21 Jun 2018
    A trend that’s taken the world by storm in recent years is that of hygge (pronounced: hue-guh), a Danish concept that is about creating intimacy, connecting with loved ones and taking pleasure in small, ordinary things.
  • 20 Jun 2018
    Buying or selling real estate isn’t as easy as it is portrayed sometimes, especially if there is a death of a party during the transaction which can make it awkward, tricky and inconvenient.
  • 20 Jun 2018
    With interest rates remaining at historic lows and banks continuing to compete for mortgage finance business, first-time buyers with funds at their disposal are currently well-placed to gain that initial foothold on the property ladder, particularly in the light of the slightly lower growth rates currently experienced in residential property values.
    
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