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How should a tenant's deposit be handled?
Both landlord and tenant rights, according to the law, on how a tenant deposit should be handled.
Three new landlord questions answered
In these increasingly difficult economic times, it would be wise for landlords (or those looking to get into the game) to consider working with a managing agent
Do you really need a rental agent?
The tough economy is putting both landlords and tenants under strain. Could using a good rental agent help?
Rules for smoking or braaiing in Sectional Title schemes
The Sectional Title Schemes Management act is a breath of fresh air for residents that are bothered by their neighbour’s smoke.
What you should know about selling a sectional title property
Sectional title property is growing in popularity due to safety and affordability, but sellers need to be aware of the unique factors that go into selling a property of this type.
New landlords need experienced agents
More homeowners are choosing to let out their property instead of selling. These inexperienced landlords should consult an expert before renting out their homes.
EAAB protects against unscrupulous agent behaviour
In the event of a dispute between an estate agent and their client, the EAAB will step in to ensure that the matter is resolved.
Why body corporates now need two body corporate funds
Understanding why body corporates require a reserve fund and an administrative fund as per the new STSMA regulations.
Selling a unit when levies are in arrears
The sale of a unit in a sectional title scheme cannot go through until the outstanding debt is settled.
Sectional title owner? This is how the new regulations affect you.
New legislation came into effect late last year with regards to sectional title schemes, CSOS and the new Sectional Title Regulations. This is what these mean to you as a Sectional Title owner.