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6 simple ways to spice up your rental décor
A common frustration with renting is not being able to personalise your space, but there are a few ways to decorate and add a stylish splash around the house, without causing any permanent damage.
Consider the extra costs a bigger home brings
While a larger home is always more appealing the additional costs that they bring need to be factored in to your buying decision.
Renting? This is what your landlord wishes you knew
Tenants often feel that landlords are unreasonable, especially when it comes to the payment of rent. The reality is that most landlords simply cannot afford to carry a non-paying tenant.
Property Buyer Show 2018 Cape Town | How to successfully invest in property
Private Property chats to Neale Petersen, Founder and Publisher of Real Estate Investor Magazine, who shares his top tips on how to successfully invest in real estate.
Save for your home loan deposit in only 2 years
A deposit can make a major difference to the long-term affordability of your home. These tips will help you get to your savings target in no time.
Property Buyer Show 2018 Cape Town | Top 3 tips for first time home buyers
Private Property chats to Lephoi Mokgatle, Executive Head of Home Loans Digital Nedbank, who shares 3 important tips for first time home buyers.
Innovative ways to reduce your electricity bill this winter
The cold, wet weather translates into more nights spent at home, which can cause electricity bills to skyrocket. Here's how you can avoid higher electricity bills this winter.
How to save for a home deposit faster
The sooner you save up a decent deposit, the sooner you will be able to make your home buying dream a reality. Here are 7 tips to give your deposit savings a kick-start.
Why the loan-to-value ratio is important when buying property
LTV refers to the ratio between the loan amount and the value of a property. A higher deposit will result in a lower LTV and increase your chances of your application being successful.
Saving for a deposit will take first-time buyers three years
First-time buyers typically need to save for 3 years to afford the deposit on a home] - VAT and fuel price increases are going to make it even more difficult to reach that goal.