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3 types of real estate agents to avoid
Choosing a real estate agent is like choosing a mattress – make the wrong selection and you’ll end up with sleepless nights left contemplating all of the money you have lost.
6 golden rules for buying South African property revealed
There are some rules that every property buyer should follow in order to get the most out of their property purchase.
Why a tenant’s safety should be important to landlords
Landlords have a duty to use reasonable care to safeguard their tenants and could be in breach of contract if they fail to do so. But providing good security benefits the landlord as well.
4 tips for first-time renters
Competition is fierce for rental properties and in order not to miss out, first-time renters should make sure that they are well prepared. Here is a quick guide for first-time renters
Expert advice for new millennial landlords
As homeowners in their 30s move on from their first homes, they face a decision on whether to sell or rent out the property. Here is some advice for those who choose to become landlords.
Why the Alberton property market remains popular with buyers and renters
This well-connected area has a wide range of property that appeals to buyers and renters at all price levels.
When should a landlord start the eviction process?
The relationship between a landlord and tenant is a business one, and should be treated as such. When a tenant is in breach of contract, it is best to start the eviction process as soon as possible.
Beware the agent who hijacks listings
Imagine putting your home on the market for a specific sum and then discovering that another agent is marketing your property without your permission, and is doing so at a much lower price.
Do your homework before buying a holiday home
Dreaming of buying a second home? Remove the rose tinted spectacles and do some serious homework before signing on the dotted line.
Why rental property inspections are important
Landlords and tenants often disagree on who is liable for repairs or damages to a rental property. The best way to avoid conflict is to have a thorough inspection report done.