Articles related to "Auctions"

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Tips for buying and selling at property auctions
Properties sold on auction are not always forced sales. It is therefore important that you do your homework before purchasing.
Repossessed property can no longer be sold on the cheap
Until recently homes that had been repossessed could be sold without a reserve price, often to the detriment of homeowners. This is set to change.
Help, the previous owner won’t move out of my house
Buying a new home can become a nightmare if the previous owner won’t leave. Find out your rights and how to evict them.
Tips for buying repossessed property
Repossessed property can offer good value to buyers on a tight budget but there are pitfalls to be aware of.
Is buying repossessed property worth it?
Buyers can get themselves a good deal by buying property from a bank. Before jumping in, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of buying a bank repo.
Buying property from bank sales
Simon Bray tells you how to go about buying property from a bank sale.
How to take the ‘scary’ out of property auctions
With the economy in slow-mode, the number of property auctions is expected to increase – along with the number of prospective buyers looking for “bargain” homes at prices below market value.
2016 auction property market outlook
Market indicators point to a challenging year ahead for the auction property market.
A guide to buying property at auction
It’s a well-known fact that it is possible to purchase quality properties on auction. However, as is the case with most high–involvement purchases, it’s important to fully understand the intricacies of buying via this platform ...
Restriction on nominee clauses in VAT transactions
Is the restriction on nomination clauses caused by S16 of the Transfer Duty Act applicable to VAT transactions? Section 16 of the Transfer Duty Act, 1949 was amended to read as follows: "16. Persons who acquire property on ...