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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.
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 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.
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.
4 tips for first-time renters
Competition is fierce for rental properties and in order not to miss out, first-time renters should make sure that they are well prepared. Here is a quick guide for first-time renters
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.
Property: To Buy or Not to Buy?
Deciding whether to buy property or continue to rent is a question that most of us will face at some stage. Here are 5 reasons to buy now and 5 reasons to put it off.
How to find the perfect roommate
Finding a roommate to share costs is tempting to many, but it is important to ask the right questions before agreeing to share your space with a relative stranger.
What first-time renters will pay in Cape Town
The first priority for many young professionals when they start working is to find a place of their own. Here’s what you need to know about renting in Cape Town