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Huge demand for student accommodation in Braamfontein
A shortage of student accommodation offered by WITS, UJ and other tertiary institutions close to the Johannesburg city centre have resulted in a demand for student rentals in Braamfontein.
What to expect from the rental market this year
The South African rental market is expected to produce mixed results this year with many different factors in play.
Do your homework before you let to students
With the ongoing student housing shortage, becoming a student landlord can appear to be an attractive proposition. But, before you take the plunge, here’s what you need to know.
The secrets of a good buy-to-let investment
Investing in a buy-to-let property can be daunting for those who are venturing into this for the first time. Getting it right will enable you to earn a good return, while mistakes could be costly.
Don’t lose good tenants through high rental increases
Landlords that insist on unreasonable residential rentals every year risk losing those tenants… and in the current economic climate good tenants are hard to replace.
Avoid these pitfalls when buying rental property
While investing in rental property can offer excellent rental returns, there are some pitfalls that you should be aware of.
Landlords, these are the best performing rental markets
While it might all seem like doom and gloom with regards to the economy, savvy property investors who target the right areas can still get excellent returns.
The average first-time buyer will need 2 years to save for a deposit
According to BetterBond, home loan applications from first-time buyers continue to increase but their success is dependent on how financially disciplined they are.
Understanding the terms of your rental deposit is critical
One of the most common areas of conflict between letting agents and tenants is around the refund of the tenant’s deposit.
CT students opt for their own apartments
Many students In Cape Town are moving away from living in digs to living in their own flats. This presents a great opportunity for investors.