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What makes a sales agreement a valid contract?
In order for a sales agreement to be considered a legal binding document, there are some key aspects that need to be in place,
Home renovations: These are the jobs that don’t need building approval
Building from scratch or adding on to a property can give homeowners the opportunity to personalise their home, but the correct procedures must be followed.
Annual RE/MAX coats and cans campaign gets underway
With winter firmly on its way and temperatures dropping, the RE/MAX Foundation is getting ready for its annual Coats and Cans initiative which will run from 15 May up until the 30 June 2017.
Building your own home? You’ll need a building loan
If you’re planning on building or renovating your home, you’ll probably need a building loan. This is what you need to know about this type of finance.
ST Helena Bay office shines in Western Cape region
RE/MAX of Southern Africa achieved over R20 billion in sales, assisting over 40 000 families through the process of a property transaction.
#JunkStatus - what it means for the property market
The downgrade of South Africa to sub-investment will have a negative impact on the housing market and consumers as a whole.
Is buying repossessed property worth it?
Buyers can get themselves a good deal by buying property from a bank. Before jumping in, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of buying a bank repo.
PE estate agent stars in home renovation series
Well-known Port Elizabeth estate agent Kobie Potgieter will make her second appearance in the popular KykNET home renovation series Vat jou goed en trek this month.
When does the ‘Cooling off’ period apply
Contrary to popular belief, the cooling off period does not apply to all property transactions. A signed offer to purchase remains valid, except for in these circumstances.
Area guide to Shongweni
Shongweni is a beautiful lush green country area, known as Durban’s equestrian region.