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Expert advice for new millennial landlords
As homeowners in their 30s move on from their first homes, they face a decision on whether to sell or rent out the property. Here is some advice for those who choose to become landlords.
Call for clarity on land reform
The real problem with the land expropriation motion just passed in Parliament is that it does not actually seek to speed up the transfer of land to any individual or group of owners.
Budget 2018: Here's the property industry's reaction
The finance minister delivered a “tough but hopeful” budget yesterday. Some of SA’s top property experts weigh in with their opinions on how it will affect the economy and market.
Do residential homeowners need to be concerned about land expropriation?
Some South Africans are concerned that expropriation without compensation is a threat to residential property, but are these concerns valid?
10 top home features to highlight when selling
With buyers becoming more savvy and fierce competition between sellers, marketing a home correctly is now more important than ever.
Escaping the rat race: the pros and cons
South Africans who are seeking a more leisurely lifestyle often dream of moving out of the city. While the pros are pretty obvious, there are also cons that you may not have thought about.
Selling sectional title property? You’ll need these certificates
Sectional title sellers will need to produce these additional compliance certificates in order for the sale to go through.
5 ways you could lose your home
Defaulting on your home loan is not the only thing that can cause your home to be attached and auctioned off. These 5 things could have the same effect.
Consider keeping your home to pay for frail care
Keeping your home and renting it out can help alleviate the financial strain of paying for retirement and frail-care facilities.
This Concourt judgement is a big win for real estate
The Constitutional Court has ruled that property owners can no longer be held liable for historical municipal debt on their property.