Hi, we have recently bought a property and it was transferred on 9 May, 2017. We have found that the electricity is not compliant in certain respects and the garage roof has rotting roof trusses which we were not told need to be replaced. There
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The question of damages to a rental unit is one of the most contentious, with one side claiming it is damage, and the other saying it constitutes fair wear and tear and should, therefore, not be deducted from the tenant’s deposit.
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Let’s be honest: Selling your first home is probably more stressful than buying your first home. You now have to decide on a price, going with an agent or privately, what is a fair commission, and how you want your home (with all its precious
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Hi, I am a tenant living in a sectional title complex in Witbank, Mpumalanga. I have prepaid electricity but recently ours and some of my neighbours' electricity has been cut. I have found out that some owners owe more than R200,000 to the municipality and
It’s every seller’s worst nightmare: You enlist an estate agent and place your home on the market, get a few serious enquiries and an offer to purchase, only to have the buyer’s bond application rejected. A new potential buyer puts in an offer and again