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First time buyers - listen to your heart
First-time buyers are going to have to jump through a number of hoops before they buy a property and having a rough idea of what to expect can go a long way towards ensuring that the process of finding a home and buying into the ...
Clauses to protect seller and buyer
Many people do not realize that the protection provided to home buyers by the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) specifically excludes sellers who do not sell homes “in the normal course of business”. Because most “second hand” ...
Investing in student accommodation
As long as there are universities, there will be a need for student accommodation. Here’s everything you need to know about student accommodation investment.
Are you a successful seller?
All too many times these days we hear how Estate Agents have failed to secure a buyer. With a slow moving market, what makes some sellers seem luckier than others? And how is it that some houses get snapped up within the 1st few ...
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 inside scoop on open mandates
Many people opt for giving open mandates to lots of agents thinking that it will get them more exposure, in reality it gets them less.
Home evaluations
For most South Africans their home is their most valuable asset, tying up most of their equity. In many instances these assets are insufficiently protected in that they are incorrectly insured in the form of over insurance or ...
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 ...
Don’t be intimidated
Sellers shouldn’t rest on their laurels just because a sales agreement has been signed. Any agent will tell you that the hard work really only starts once the property has been sold and it is imperative for the seller to keep ...