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4 reasons the Cape Town rental bubble has burst
For the first time in years, Cape Town’s rental market is oversupplied. With demand low, landlords will need to re-evaluate their rentals and marketing strategies in order to find tenants.
Ways to give back to the community this winter
Millions of people around the world will face extreme hardship this winter. Here are a few ways that you can help them cope.
3 questions buyers forget to ask
There is so much to consider when purchasing a home that it’s not difficult to understand why so many buyers forget to ask some of the most important questions before they sign along the dotted line.
The Allure of Eco Estate Living
Eco Estates are housing developments that have a sustainable lifestyle focus and have been built around some form of nature conservation.
Innovative ways to reduce your electricity bill this winter
The cold, wet weather translates into more nights spent at home, which can cause electricity bills to skyrocket. Here's how you can avoid higher electricity bills this winter.
Online vs traditional estate agencies
Various low-cost online estate agencies have entered the SA market recently. Will this new way of selling homes disrupt the traditional real estate model? Estate agency heads give their views.
Should I apply for a 100% bond?
Many buyers are rushing to enter the property market in order to take advantage of low interest rates, but don’t have a deposit saved up. Should these buyers apply for a 100% bond, or wait?
Getting your property sale-ready
Before putting your home on the market, it is important to have a plan in place. Below are some factors that sellers need to consider before listing their property.
Attracting foreign property investors in the Western Cape
While the migration to the Western Cape from other parts of South Africa has slowed, there is continued demand for property in the province from foreign buyers.
Interest rate cut: Great news for the property market
The South African Reserve Bank announced this week that the interest rate will be cut by 25 basis points. The repo rate will now be 6.5% and the prime lending rate of banks will be 10%.