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What's happening with rental property in Sandton
The rental market in Sandton has fluctuated over the past 18 to 24 months, and has seen a steady increase in rental property on the market.
What happens when a lease is cancelled early
Landlords and tenants need to be aware of their responsibilities when there is an early termination of a lease agreement.
Dealing with a demanding landlord
A difficult landlord can make a tenant’s life miserable. Knowing how to deal with them is the key to keeping the relationship amiable.
How to get your rental deposit back
Squabbles over security deposits account for a very large proportion of the disputes between landlords and their tenants – but could actually be quite easily avoided in most cases.
How to spot a bad tenant - before they move in
Tenant screening and selection are essential skills for landlords to have. Here are 15 tips to help you avoid undesirable tenants.
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.
Ample student accommodation in Potchefstoom
While many student towns experience a severe shortage in student accommodation this is not the case in Potchefstroom.
5 things to check before you move into your new home
It may look like the perfect home, but there are some things you need to check before putting pen to paper.
Who is responsible for security in a rental property?
Crime is an unfortunate reality of living in South Africa and is one of the main priorities for tenants when looking for rental accommodation. But, is the landlord or tenant responsible?
Apartments remain a popular Cape property option
Whether as buy-to-let investments or as a convenient home to those looking for secure, lock-up-and-go convenience, apartments remain a popular choice for property investment among Cape Town’s buyers.