Articles related to "Property Transfer"

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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.
Conveyancing fees have increased
The recommended charge for conveyancing fees increased on 1 May and any conveyancing attorney who receives an instruction after this date will be entitled to charge more for their services
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.
Why the occupational rent clause is important
A well composed sale agreement is meant to ensure that everything goes smoothly. However, things can still go wrong.
How can I get my partner’s name off my title deed?
Attorney, Denoon Sampson, talks about how to undo and terminate your ownership of property with another person.
Ask a lawyer: Buying a home from a deceased estate
What are the ins-and-outs of buying a property from a deceased estate? We asked Tamaryn Nowitz, an attorney from Alan Levy Attorneys to give us some pointers.
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.
Beware the occupational rent trap
Occupational rent is an aspect that often gets overlooked in a sales agreement. Setting the rental too high or too low can have disastrous consequences for buyers or sellers.
What you need to know about registering a property
Your crash course on what the Deeds Office does, and the process of registering a property.
Bulletproof your home buying budget
The excitement of buying a new home can soon to dismay if you don’t budget for all upfront and ongoing costs. Here’s how to plan your budget.