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Is now a good time to buy investment property?
Buy now', is a popular refrain that investors hear but there is no right or wrong time to buy property, Buying property can be a good investment at any time, if you follow sound investment principles.
Is higher density in residential areas a good thing?
As more people flock to urban areas, densification becomes a natural and unavoidable occurrence. Is it a good thing for property, or bad?
Renting? This is what your landlord wishes you knew
Tenants often feel that landlords are unreasonable, especially when it comes to the payment of rent. The reality is that most landlords simply cannot afford to carry a non-paying tenant.
How to attract high end tenants
The number of tenants looking for upmarket accommodation is rising and landlords who want to target this market should know what they look for in property.
4 reasons the Cape Town rental bubble has burst
For the first time in years, Cape Town’s rental market is oversupplied. With demand low, landlords will need to re-evaluate their rentals and marketing strategies in order to find tenants.
South Africans are struggling to pay their rent
A recent report has revealed that a quarter of tenants in South Africa don’t fulfill their rental obligations.
Property Buyer Show 2018 Cape Town | How to successfully invest in property
Private Property chats to Neale Petersen, Founder and Publisher of Real Estate Investor Magazine, who shares his top tips on how to successfully invest in real estate.
How to build a property portfolio with the bank’s money
You don’t need to have millions in the bank to build a property portfolio. You can get there with one bond and some intelligent investing.
How you can use one bond to build a property empire
You don’t need to have millions in the bank to build a property portfolio. You can get there with one bond and some intelligent investing.
Southern Suburbs apartment rental rates decline by 36%
The rental market has changed but some landlords still have unrealistic expectations of rentals rates.