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Buying? Don’t alter the property until the transfer goes through
You’ll lose out financially if the deal falls through. You should however spend the time before the transfer takes place to plan ahead.
Landlords can be held responsible for the actions of their tenants
A recent report in the Smith Tabata Buchanan Boyes (STBB) newsletter highlights the importance of keeping tabs on what is happening on your property if a tenant is in place.
Patent and latent defects explained
If you’re buying or selling property, it’s important to know about your rights regarding patent and latent defects.
Why Sell or Buy a Home With a Warranty?
A home is for most people the largest purchase they will make. And yet homes are bought without warranties. Not anymore!
Shoddy home maintenance could land you in court
That loose tile, rotting deck or wobbly ceiling fan could result in you getting sued if someone visiting your home gets injured because you failed to carry out adequate maintenance.
Create trust, unlock value and sell your home faster
When Lee-Ann Dobrescu, co-creator of Hollard’s Home Warranty, sold her home to buy another, she knew it was the perfect opportunity to put her creation to the test.
Before you buy, ask these questions
Ask these questions at a show day, to ensure that you make the best home buying decision possible.
Selling your home: Sole Mandate or Multi-listing?
Should you go with a single agency or a number of different agencies when selling your home? Here's why you should consider a sole mandate.
8 home-buying deal breakers to avoid
Purchasing a home is a huge financial commitment, which is why it’s crucial to thoroughly check out the property first before you make an offer.
Stay on top of your rental property with a mid-term inspection
Conducting an inspection of a rental property mid-way through the lease allows the landlord and tenant to identify any issues early on.