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Interest rates remain at their current level
The Monetary Policy Committee announced today at its third meeting of the year that the interest rates would remain unchanged once again.
What to do with your home when you emigrate?
Once you’ve decided to emigrate, you’re faced with major decisions regarding your home and its contents. Here are a few tips.
Tenants beware – your landlord’s insurance does not cover you
Tenants are often under the misconception that their belongings are covered by landlord’s insurance. This is however, not the case, and tenants need to have their own household content policy.
Conveyancing fees have increased
The recommended charge for conveyancing fees increased on 1 May and any conveyancing attorney who receives an instruction after this date will be entitled to charge more for their services
How can I rent again if I have a bad reference?
Tips on how to go about renting a property when one of your previous landlords is giving you a bad reference.
The perils of rising consumer debt for landlords
Like most other consumers in SA, residential tenants are financial pressure and battling to meet all their commitments. This poses a risk for landlords
Weak economy slows property price growth
Property statistics from bond originator, ooba, show that house price growth has slowed in the first quarter of 2017 when compared to the same period in 2016.
Airbnb is affecting rental prices in South Africa
As more landlords choose to go the Airbnb route, the pool of properties available for long term rentals is shrinking. This has an effect on demand and rental charges.
A guide to retiring in the Winelands
The Winelands offers a wide variety of options for those looking to retire in a peaceful setting with an attractive lifestyle.
Retire on KZN’s North Coast
More retirement villages are springing up to the north of Durban in order to cater for increasing demand from retirees moving to the area.