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How to calculate the return on your property investment
Owning properties can provide investors with steady rental income or capital appreciation. However, it is important to measure the ROI to determine the level of profitability of the property.
Is a rental market boom on the cards?
An increasing number or South Africans are choosing to rent instead of buying, and there are fewer rental properties on the market. Will this lead to better returns for landlords?
What is classified as “fair wear and tear”?
It is in both the landlord’s and tenant’s best interests to know their rights, and be aware of the conditions under which a tenant’s deposit can be used.
Major development underway in Kempton Park
With plenty of commercial, residential and retail development underway, the Kempton Park property market is poised for takeoff.
6 top investment strategies used by property investors
Buy-to-let is not the only method of investing in property in South Africa. Here are other some other strategies that an investor can apply.
How to make your rental property more attractive to millennials
There is growing trend amongst millennials to rent instead of buy property. Here's what landlords should do to target millennial renters.
Pets and a rental home
Here’s what can you do to ensure you and your animals remain on the good side of your landlord
5 points tenants need to know before signing a lease
Tenants should remember that a lease is a legally binding document which means they should be sure they understand all the points before signing.
Property investment stands the test of time
There’s a myriad of options when it comes to investing our money, but property has remained an interesting option that has stood the test of time
7 tips for choosing the right investment property
Buying a property and renting it out is one of the best ways of securing future wealth. However, it is important to ensure that the property is going to make money in both the short and the long term.