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Lease agreement pack
The South African rental industry is regulated by a myriad legislative works. Existing and new Acts are constantly reviewed, revised or drafted from scratch. In conjunction with attorney Marlon Shevelew, Tenant Profile Network ...
Your rights may come at a price
Tenants may be forgiven for thinking that they have every right to pack up and move on as they see fit, thanks to a clause in the Consumer Protection Act (CPA). However, landlords do enjoy a certain amount of protection and the ...
The Rental Housing Tribunal
Community scheme meetings - The importance of attending meetings
One of the most consistent complaints we hear from managing agents and people serving as trustees concerns “owner apathy”. They say it can be nearly impossible to get anything non-routine done – decisions that can only be taken ...
The key to investing in property
Most of us look at property as a secure long-term investment. But the very differing messages given off by pundits of the various categories of property investment can be confusing.
Ensure your security before signing a lease
Tenants moving into rental properties should ensure that the home is safe and secure before signing the lease. In a country like South Africa where crime is rife, most, if not all, people will ...
Full title residential homes are the best investment bet
Neil Fuller, broker/owner of RE/MAX One, says that the best investment bets in his areas are full-title residential homes as they generally offer by far the best rental income.
Tips for a quieter life in the country
Tenant rights and obligations
Lease agreement A lease can be in verbal or written form. Obviously a written lease agreement is recommended as this clearly sets out the rights and obligations of both the tenant and the ...
Laws that protect tenants
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