Articles related to "Green living"

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Rainwater tanks: Should a landlord or tenant supply them?
Many home owners are installing rainwater tanks and grey-water systems to help them meet water restrictions and to protect themselves against a Day Zero scenario. But what of tenants?
Has the Cape water crisis affected the property market?
The drought in the Western Cape has had a massive impact on many different industries but, has it adversely affected the property market?
Demand for 'green' homes set to increase in 2018
There has been a significant appreciation for sustainable living in South Africa over the past few months as a major global city faces serious water challenges.
The Impact of Day Zero on the Cape’s property market
The water issues in the Cape could have an effect on property sales and property transfers in the province.
10 top home features to highlight when selling
With buyers becoming more savvy and fierce competition between sellers, marketing a home correctly is now more important than ever.
Get water-wise – garden with succulents
From minute blossoms to majestic sculptural focal points, succulents can add texture, variety and colour to your garden, and they are drought friendly.
Enjoy contemporary living in Helderberg from R2.7m
Mzuri, a secure estate in Somerset West is perfect for buyers who want convenience, security and a modern lifestyle.
Sectional title schemes need to budget for additional water charges
With a sliding scale for water consumption, and penalties for high usage, Western Cape body corporates should ensure that each unit in a development is billed fairly and correctly.
Individual water meters a growing trend in Cape Town
In light of the current water shortages in Cape Town, an increasing number of sectional title schemes are installing individual water meters in their units.
What homebuyers should look for when going green
Homes with eco-friendly features are becoming increasingly popular with buyers. These are the ‘green’ features to look out for.