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How to attract high end tenants
The number of tenants looking for upmarket accommodation is rising and landlords who want to target this market should know what they look for in property.
4 reasons the Cape Town rental bubble has burst
For the first time in years, Cape Town’s rental market is oversupplied. With demand low, landlords will need to re-evaluate their rentals and marketing strategies in order to find tenants.
Property Buyer Show 2018 Cape Town | The Rent2Buy concept
Private Property chats to Meyer de Waal, the founder of Rent2Buy, a new home ownership concept that seeks to provide ordinary South Africans with the opportunity of owning their own home.
How you can use one bond to build a property empire
You don’t need to have millions in the bank to build a property portfolio. You can get there with one bond and some intelligent investing.
Southern Suburbs apartment rental rates decline by 36%
The rental market has changed but some landlords still have unrealistic expectations of rentals rates.
Property Buyer Show 2018 Cape Town | Customized lease agreements
Private Property chats to Danielle Kriel, Rental Law Specialist at Danielle Kriel Attorney, about the benefits of a customized lease agreement for landlords and tenants.
Property Buyer Show Cape Town 2018 | The Blok EIGHTONN Development
Roxy Goddard, Marketing Officer at Blok, discusses the EIGHTONN Development - a compact living concept, designed with the motif of duality, energy efficiency and modernity in mind.
A 7-point checklist for avoiding renter’s regret
Demand for rentals is always high and you may feel pressured into signing a lease too soon because you fear missing out. Not doing your homework could however lead to you making a bad decision.
Tenant vs landlord - who fixes what?
One of the more contentious issues between a landlord and the tenant is almost always the general state of repair and ongoing maintenance and repair issues that crop up within a tenancy.
5 security tips for first-time renters
Moving into a first home can be exciting and liberating, but young people who do so, need to be aware of the risks of living alone and take appropriate steps to keep safe.