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How can I get my partner’s name off my title deed?
Attorney, Denoon Sampson, talks about how to undo and terminate your ownership of property with another person.
These are the 5 things that estate agents hate most
Estate agents deal with all kinds of people and often find that some buyers are way more difficult than others. But what exactly gets agents hot under the collar?
What happens when you fall out of love with your home
So, living in your dream home isn’t exactly what you thought it would be like. Do you cut and run or can the relationship be saved?
Selling? Here’s why you should always insist on a deposit
We asked a couple of property experts why deposits are so important and what the implications could be if a buyer doesn't put his money where his mouth is.
Landlords can be held responsible for the actions of their tenants
A recent report in the Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes (STBB) newsletter highlights the importance of keeping tabs on what is happening on your property if a tenant is in place.
The growing demand for property in the Winelands
While the property market in the Cape Winelands remains strong and in demand, the region’s escalating entry-level prices are making it increasingly difficult for first-time buyers to purchase a home
Ask a lawyer: Buying a home from a deceased estate
What are the ins-and-outs of buying a property from a deceased estate? We asked Tamaryn Nowitz, an attorney from Alan Levy Attorneys to give us some pointers.
What makes a good property investment
Choosing the right location when it comes to buying a property is a complex decision and one that is almost entirely driven by your own needs, especially if it is your residence.
Patent and latent defects explained
If you’re buying or selling property, it’s important to know about your rights regarding patent and latent defects.
Beware the occupational rent trap
Occupational rent is an aspect that often gets overlooked in a sales agreement. Setting the rental too high or too low can have disastrous consequences for buyers or sellers.