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If you live in an apartment, how much consideration do you give to those who live below? Sure, they may have a private garden and have to climb one less flight of stairs than you do, so perhaps their troubles don’t…erm…trouble you, but is there

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A Certificate of Compliance (COC) is a document that verifies that the electrical installations such as the plugs, lights, DB-board, geyser and wiring in a home comply with the legislated requirements as detailed in the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993. What is covered

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Not all renovations or upgrades are created equally – some period features of older homes add beautiful value to your home and should never be updated but other features are better left in the past. “While certain décor features are timeless, others are very time specific

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As anyone who has a Facebook business page will tell you, followers are not free. In the property space, there are many competing pages which makes retaining and attracting new followers increasingly expensive – think in the R10,000-plus region per month! As South Africa’s biggest Facebook

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On 22 June, the City of Tshwane issued a statement that no clearance figures would be issued from 1 to 24 July 2018. This communication was based on the planned Municipal Standard Chart of Accounts (mSCOA) go-live date by the city and through mitigation plans initiated

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According to a poll conducted by HomeTimes, 48% of South African tenants receive their rental deposit back in full on the conclusion of their rental term. The remaining 52% of tenants report that they received a portion of their rental back. While we did not ask the

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It’s almost hump day; if you find yourself longing for the weekend by Tuesday afternoon you desperately need to continue reading because you need to give yourself a break. Author, Katrina Onstad had a light bulb moment when her son confessed to her that he feels

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