Articles related to "Landlord Advice"

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Dealing with non-payment of rent?
Non-payment of rent is a breach of the rental contract. This is how landlords and tenants should approach the issue.
New landlords need experienced agents
More homeowners are choosing to let out their property instead of selling. These inexperienced landlords should consult an expert before renting out their homes.
EAAB protects against unscrupulous agent behaviour
In the event of a dispute between an estate agent and their client, the EAAB will step in to ensure that the matter is resolved.
Evictions just became a whole lot harder
A recent Constitutional Court judgement has ruled that residents cannot be evicted if they would be left homeless.
10 smashing homes with tennis courts
Browse through these breathtaking homes with pristine tennis courts around South Africa.
And the award for the worst landlord goes to…
Although for the most part, landlords are reasonable, there are some that go to extremes to make their tenant’s live’s hell.
Why body corporates now need two body corporate funds
Understanding why body corporates require a reserve fund and an administrative fund as per the new STSMA regulations.
Avoiding tenants from hell
Landlords have been sharing some of their tenant horror stories online, and they are a cautionary tale for those looking to rent out their property.
Selling a unit when levies are in arrears
The sale of a unit in a sectional title scheme cannot go through until the outstanding debt is settled.
Understanding the terms of your rental deposit is critical
One of the most common areas of conflict between letting agents and tenants is around the refund of the tenant’s deposit.