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A guide to buying property as an investment
Many South Africans buy property as an investment. Like any other investment, you need to understand how the investment works before you decide to invest your hard-earned money.
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
Calculate your transfer duty
A property transfer duty is payable by buyers of all types of properties and is over and above the selling price. Here’s how to work out how much you’ll need:
Budget 2017: how it will affect the property market
What does this year’s budget speech mean for those who own property or are buying property this year? The heads of some of SA’s biggest estate agencies have their say.
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.
Bond costs when purchasing commercial property
There are several additional costs involved in the purchasing of a commercial property. Find out everything you need to know here.
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.
Points to ponder before investing in a buy-to-let property
Buy to let advice from Private Property provides insights into the buy to let market to help you choose the best investment.
Extra costs involved with buying a home
Tim Akinnusi of Nedbank talks about the extra costs that will be incurred, aside from the purchase price, when buying a home.
Selling your home? Choose your conveyancing attorney wisely
Picking the right legal property specialist is essential to ensure a smooth transfer of ownership when selling your home.